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xml nodelist problem

Posted on 2004-03-31
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I have this code:

for each IXMLDOMNode in IXMLDOMNodelist
  console.write(IXMLDOMNode.nodename)
next

why it gives an infinite loop showing only the first nodename in the nodelist? Confused. The nodelist contains more than one node. Thanks.
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Question by:lutt
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by:dfiala13
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that's because you are using the class name

try this...
Dim n as IXMLDOMNode
for each n in IXMLDOMNodelist
  console.write(n.nodename)
next


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by:lutt
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I just want to show it is a node type.
I did just as what you suggested. By the way, I use MSXML3.0 in .NET.
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by:dfiala13
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Why not just use a conventional for loop

dim i as integer
dim nl  as IXMLDOMNodeList

for i = 1 to nl.Count
 console.write(nl[i].nodename)
next

Also consider upgrading to v4.  It's possble there is something wrong with v3 in this area.
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sorry have C# on the brain. Should be..,

for i = 1 to nl.Count
 console.write(nl(i).nodename)
next
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by:lutt
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The conventional loop did work, but why for each loop doesn't work?
some examples use for each loop. Could you give more detail why for each loop doesn't work? Thanks.
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I have no idea.  Nothing I can find at MS and it works fine in 4.0 which is what I have running.
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