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Methods for Parsing XML files

By Jon Winer, (first published: 2002/06/20)

Methods for Parsing XML files
     As we all know, in coding, there are many ways to get the same job done. In my experimentation with XML, I have run across many instances where this scenario is clearly true. Although some methods are grossly better than others, they all have a place in our programming repertoire depending on the circumstance. Take a look at some examples.

This example uses the selectSingleNode method to access the value of each node.
This example uses the getElementsByTagName method to create a node list for each node name group. Then parses the xml file by iterating through each node list.
This example uses the getElementsByTagName method to create a 'parent' node list, then accesses each child node based on its index.
This example uses the getElementsByTagName method to create a 'parent' node list, then iterates through its child nodes and returns the node value and name.


For additional articles, please feel free to visit my homepage. Have questions, email me at jwiner1@cfl.rr.com
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