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xmlNode item access

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Item retrieves the first item with a given name but if there is more than one occurence of that name how do you read the second one ?
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VikramMullick earned 500 total points
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You have to use xmlnodelist.
Then loop through xmlnodelist  and operate on each occurenece of xml node.
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