I tried the following code, and I am getting the undefined method error.   Am I 
missing a library?  Thanks in advance.
items = $ie.select_list(:name, 'xxx')
itemsArray = items.options()
- Shelton

From: a.j.collins...@gmail.comto: watir-gene...@googlegroups.comsubject: 
[wtr-general] Re: Drop down ContentsDate: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 18:33:22 +0000
You can compare arrays very easily in ruby use the == method. I think order 
matters so you might wish to sort (.sort) your array. 

There is a method on a select box to get all of the options ( .options() ). 
This returns an array.    

You can then store your expected results in an array and compare the two. 

On 12 Feb 2009, at 17:29, Jason Shelton <jas.shel...@hotmail.com> wrote:

All, I am writing to ask if anyone has a quick way of verifying the contents of 
a drop down.  I have a list of names, and I want to verify that each name is 
being displayed in the drop down.  Thanks in advance for all of your help. - 

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