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<BP>
      <Data>
            <PS>
            <script>000102</script>
            <script>000203</script>
            </PS>
      <Data>
</BP>

I want to find the count of the script tag in this xml file. I want the first script as
as separate and second script as seperate.

but if i give

xmldoc.GetElementsByTagName("Script").Item(0).InnerText

it gives full value as 000101000203 but i want it as separate?
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Question by:Rahamathulla_J
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by:ozymandias
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works fine for me...here's my version of your code :

using System;
using System.Xml;

class MyClass{

      public static void Main(string[] args){

            XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
            doc.LoadXml("<BP><Data><PS><script>000102</script><script>000203</script></PS></Data></BP>");
            System.Console.WriteLine(doc.GetElementsByTagName("script").Item(0).InnerText);
      }
}

The output of this code is : 000102

I assume you know that you have a couple of errors in yours :

<Data> element is not closed properly. Missing / in end tag.
You are looking for elements with a tag name of "Script". There aren't any, it's "script".
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by:Rahamathulla_J
ID: 17847942
yes i had some error in the xml document. Now i correct it.

One more doubt u get tje output

 000102

because of ---------------> doc.GetElementsByTagName("script").Item(0).InnerText

How can i get the next value i mean 000203
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by:Rahamathulla_J
ID: 17847952

Or if i have n number of script tags i have to loop through all the script tags and read the corresponding value and store it in arraylist this is my specific requirement. please help me.
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using System;
using System.Xml;

class MyClass{

     public static void Main(string[] args){

          ListArray list = new ListArray();
          XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
          doc.LoadXml("<BP><Data><PS><script>000102</script><script>000203</script></PS></Data></BP>");
          foreach(XmlElement e in doc.GetElementsByTagName("script")){
                    Console.WriteLine("adding " + e.InnerText );
                    list.Add(e.InnerText);
          }
     }
}
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by:ozymandias
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Hi, did this answer your question ?
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How is this a Grade B ?
Not only did I answer your questoin I actually provided working code to do it.
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