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    Steve411

    .NET 2.0 has an "ReadSubTree()" class, does anyone know what the name of that class is in .net 1.1?
    EDIT: I can't believe I'm stressing over this crap...

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    Mike Dimmick

    Do you mean the XmlReader.ReadSubtree method?

    There's no equivalent in v1.1. You'd have to keep track of the reader's current depth and look for the EndElement node matching the current node (according to this page).

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    Steve411

    Mike Dimmick wrote:
    Do you mean the XmlReader.ReadSubtree method?

    There's no equivalent in v1.1. You'd have to keep track of the reader's current depth and look for the EndElement node matching the current node (according to this page).

    Someone want to give me a hand and write that for me?

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    Rossj

    Steve411 wrote:
    Mike Dimmick wrote:Do you mean the XmlReader.ReadSubtree method?

    There's no equivalent in v1.1. You'd have to keep track of the reader's current depth and look for the EndElement node matching the current node (according to this page).

    Someone want to give me a hand and write that for me?


    Is this for Rss parsing? If it is and you can wait 7 hours (till I get home) I've got something that might save you some trouble.

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    Steve411

    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote:
    Mike Dimmick wrote:Do you mean the XmlReader.ReadSubtree method?

    There's no equivalent in v1.1. You'd have to keep track of the reader's current depth and look for the EndElement node matching the current node (according to this page).

    Someone want to give me a hand and write that for me?


    Is this for Rss parsing? If it is and you can wait 7 hours (till I get home) I've got something that might save you some trouble.

    XML. And thanks. I'll still be up if I don't faint. [3:19 AM]

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    Rossj

    Steve411 wrote:
    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote:
    Mike Dimmick wrote:Do you mean the XmlReader.ReadSubtree method?

    There's no equivalent in v1.1. You'd have to keep track of the reader's current depth and look for the EndElement node matching the current node (according to this page).

    Someone want to give me a hand and write that for me?


    Is this for Rss parsing? If it is and you can wait 7 hours (till I get home) I've got something that might save you some trouble.

    XML. And thanks. I'll still be up if I don't faint. [3:19 AM]


    The stuff I have is for parsing the RSS dialect of XML but it will likely be of use to you on how the parsing works.  I'd write more but I am at work.

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    Steve411

    Thanks. What do you do?

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    Rossj

    Steve411 wrote:
    Thanks. What do you do?


    Write code Smiley

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    Steve411

    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote: Thanks. What do you do?


    Write code

    Obviously. never mind. Tongue Out

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    Rossj

    Steve411 wrote:
    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote: Thanks. What do you do?


    Write code

    Obviously. never mind.


    I work on an Expert System for local government, enables them to provide lots of their services via the web - by using a flowchart-type app.  Hopefully though not for too long (assuming this agent gets back to me soon).

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    Steve411

    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote:
    Rossj wrote:
    Steve411 wrote: Thanks. What do you do?


    Write code

    Obviously. never mind.


    I work on an Expert System for local government, enables them to provide lots of their services via the web - by using a flowchart-type app.  Hopefully though not for too long (assuming this agent gets back to me soon).

    Sounds tough to do.

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    Tensor

    Rossj wrote:

    I work on an Expert System for local government, enables them to provide lots of their services via the web - by using a flowchart-type app.  Hopefully though not for too long (assuming this agent gets back to me soon).


    Ahh recruitment agents. We have taken to calling them Job Pimps.

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    Steve411

    hahahaha

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