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Getting XML element's name

Posted on 2007-11-28
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Hi,

Getting a node like this:

    // Get child node.
    Node childNode = list.item(i);

How do you get the name of the element? For example:

    <furniture>chair</furniture>

I want to get the element name 'furniture'.

Thanks
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Question by:DJ_AM_Juicebox
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String name = childNode.getNodeName();
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you're just interested in Element's so it would be something like:

if (childNode instanceof Element)


thers also a getNodeType() method for getting the type of the Node
The Node javadoc covers the different types
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