Re: [Flashcoders] Better XML parsin

2006-08-21 Thread Johannes Nel

xpath

On 8/21/06, Flash Mel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Hello everyone,

There has to be a better way to parse XML.  Using for loops seems
antiquated.  Could I do a while loop and cycle through all the
possible nodes?  What else is out there for parsing XML in a cleaner
fashion?

Cheers!

fM
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Re: [Flashcoders] Better XML parsin

2006-08-21 Thread David Rorex

I kinda like XMLShortcuts:
http://www.shockwave-india.com/blog/?search=XMLShortcuts


On 8/21/06, Johannes Nel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

xpath

On 8/21/06, Flash Mel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello everyone,

 There has to be a better way to parse XML.  Using for loops seems
 antiquated.  Could I do a while loop and cycle through all the
 possible nodes?  What else is out there for parsing XML in a cleaner
 fashion?

 Cheers!

 fM
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Re: [Flashcoders] Better XML parsin

2006-08-21 Thread regen

The new xml class in AS3 is really cool too.


David Rorex wrote:

I kinda like XMLShortcuts:
http://www.shockwave-india.com/blog/?search=XMLShortcuts


On 8/21/06, Johannes Nel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

xpath

On 8/21/06, Flash Mel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello everyone,

 There has to be a better way to parse XML.  Using for loops seems
 antiquated.  Could I do a while loop and cycle through all the
 possible nodes?  What else is out there for parsing XML in a cleaner
 fashion?

 Cheers!

 fM
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