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How would I go about cycling thorugh the root nodes in a treeview using c#

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How would I go about cycling thorugh the root nodes in a treeview using c#

I have a three tiered treeview and I need to cycle through all the nodes, check for checked nodes and pas the value of those nodes into variables. I know how to cycle through the child nodes I am uncertain how to cycle through the root nodes of the treeview.

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Hi Prysson,

You can use the treeView.Nodes collection
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That is what I was looking for. Thanks

        foreach (TreeNode aNode in TreeView1.Nodes)
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