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ReadInnerXml() Seems to Skips a Node

Let's say I want to loop through the following XML fragment and print
out the "car" values:

<cars007DoesNot Drive>
<car>Chevrole t</car>
</cars007DoesNotD rive>

I can write this pseudocode fragment:

=============== ============
string xml = @"<cars007DoesN otDrive>
<car>Chevrole t</car>
</cars007DoesNotD rive>";

XmlTextReader xmlReader = new XmlTextReader(x ml, XmlNodeType.Ele ment, null);

while (xmlReader.Read ()
xmlReader.MoveT oElement();

if (xmlReader.Node Type == XmlNodeType.Ele ment)
switch (xmlReader.Name )
case "car":
Console.Write(x mlReader.ReadIn nerXml());

=============== ==========

This code will work fine given the above XML; that is, it will print out
two values ("Chevrolet" , "Ford") to the console. But suppose, instead,
the XML fragment looks this this:

<cars007DoesNot Drive><car>Chev rolet</car><car>Ford</car></cars007DoesNotD rive>

When I remove the nice formatting, the above code suddenly doesn't not
work. It will instead print out just one value: "Chevrolet, " and skip
"Ford" altogether -- that is, the node following the one where I did a

I'd sure appreciate some pointers in how to solve this little, vexing

Feb 10 '06 #1
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