[jdom-interest] Strange Element.addContent(index,Content) problem
Bradley S. Huffman
hip at cs.okstate.edu
Mon Mar 22 06:28:26 PST 2004
Use getContent instead of getChildren. getChildren gives a list of *only*
the element children.
Kai Woerner writes:
> I'm experiencing a very odd problem with
> Element.addContent(index,Content). This is an altered snipplet from the
> code I have:
> elmt.addContent(440, newComm);
> System.out.println("@inserted at:"+elmt.getChildren().indexOf(newComm));
> (elmt being a legal element in a jdom-tree, newComm being a new Element)
> - this would output "inserted at: 220".
> Of course the code is a bit longer and more complicated, but these two
> lines are exactly like in my code and the result is alwayy the same:
> elmt.addContent(200, newComm) would result in 100.
> Anybody having experienced something like that?
> Kai Wörner
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