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Dom parser for XML file

 
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I have a xml file format in the following format:

<parent>
<values>1</values>
<values>1</values>
<values>1</values>
<values>1</values>
<values>1</values>
<values>1</values>
</parent>

I would like to retrieve all the "values", value. How shld i do it? Thanks

my code is:


[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: fang eve ]
 
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That code sort of looks right. Except that I don't think your getTextValue() method should be calling getElementsByTagName; that would cause it to look for "values" elements inside your "values" element. And you will want to use the actual element name ("values") that you are interested in, not something that is just similar to it ("Values").
 
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