How to count the items in a structure

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Hello, I'm trying to get the number of items in the structure pictured attached. Basically I need the number "3". I tried structcount(structure-name) but it doesn't seem to give me the correct values.
brihol44Asked:
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_agx_Commented:
Edit:  Oops... Just realized you were referring to the structure key named "items", not "items" in the general sense ;-)   So the first example is all you need.
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StructCount is only giving you the count of the outer structure.  

So what does the 3 represent, the number of elements inside "items"? If so, "items" contains an array, so you should use arrayLen(), ie

                     <cfset numOfItems = arrayLen( yourStructure.items )>

If you want to count the individual structures within that array, use StructureCount, but for each element, ie

                     <cfset firstCount = structCount( yourStructure.items[1] )>
                     <cfset secondCount = structCount( yourStructure.items[2] )>
                     <cfset thirdCount = structCount( yourStructure.items[3] )>
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brihol44Author Commented:
Sorry for the long delay. Haven't been actively working on things for a while.
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