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(C++) Traverse Direct Children via FirstChild / NextSibling, or LastChild / PreviousSibling

Demonstrates some ways to iterate over direct child nodes using the FirstChild / NextSibling and LastChild / PreviousSibling methods.

The input XML, available at http://www.chilkatsoft.com/data/fruit.xml, is this:

<root>
    <fruit color="red">apple</fruit>
    <fruit color="green">pear</fruit>
    <veg color="orange">carrot</veg>
    <meat animal="cow">beef</meat>
    <xyz>
        <fruit color="blue">blueberry</fruit>
        <veg color="green">broccoli</veg>
    </xyz>
    <fruit color="purple">grape</fruit>
    <cheese color="yellow">cheddar</cheese>
</root>

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#include <CkXml.h>

void ChilkatSample(void)
    {
    CkXml xml;
    CkXml *child = 0;
    CkXml *nextSibling = 0;
    CkXml *prevSibling = 0;

    bool success;
    //  The sample input XML is available at http://www.chilkatsoft.com/data/fruit.xml
    success = xml.LoadXmlFile("fruit.xml");
    if (success != true) {
        printf("%s\n",xml.lastErrorText());
        return;
    }

    //  Iterate over the direct children by using FirstChild / NextSibling
    child = xml.FirstChild();
    while (!(child == 0 )) {
        printf("%s : %s\n",child->tag()
            ,child->content());
        nextSibling = child->NextSibling();
        delete child;
        child = nextSibling;
    }

    printf("-----\n");

    //  Do the same, but with FirstChild2 / NextSibling2 to avoid
    //  creating so many XML object instances:
    success = xml.FirstChild2();
    while (success == true) {
        printf("%s : %s\n",xml.tag(),xml.content());
        success = xml.NextSibling2();
    }

    //  Revert back up to the parent:
    xml.GetParent2();

    printf("-----\n");

    //  Iterate in reverse order using LastChild / PreviousSibling
    child = xml.LastChild();
    while (!(child == 0 )) {
        printf("%s : %s\n",child->tag()
            ,child->content());
        prevSibling = child->PreviousSibling();
        delete child;
        child = prevSibling;
    }

    printf("-----\n");

    //  Do the same, but with LastChild2 / PreviousSibling2 to avoid
    //  creating so many XML object instances:
    success = xml.LastChild2();
    while (success == true) {
        printf("%s : %s\n",xml.tag(),xml.content());
        success = xml.PreviousSibling2();
    }

    //  Revert back up to the parent:
    xml.GetParent2();

    }

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