[jdom-interest] Problem using getChildren() of Element object

Jason Hunter jhunter at acm.org
Fri Aug 4 16:12:51 PDT 2000

How many times do I have to say this to the list:

All problem reports must always include which version of the software
you're using.  And to help ensure a response, that version should be the
latest CVS snapshot because (from a developer's perspective) it's not
productive to bug fix anything but the latest code.

Maybe I need to write a "mailing list guidelines" document that people
get when they sign up for the list.

Jools is close to having tarballs available with the latest CVS source
(autobuilt after every check-in), for people stuck behind firewalls.


Srikanth Rao wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using Jdom to parse an XML document. According to
> the JDom API the code
> List childElements = documentElement.getChildren();
> System.out.println(childElements.size());
> should print the number of child elements one level
> deep within this element where documentElement is the
> root element of the document.
> But to my surprise it gave the value which is twice
> the actual value of what it should return.
> Is it a bug in the JDom or there is some problem
> with my code. Please reply asap.
> Thanks
> srikanth
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