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Returns the next sibling of node


DomNode::next_sibling

(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0)

DomNode::next_sibling Returns the next sibling of node

Description

domelement DomNode::next_sibling ( void )

This function returns the next sibling of the current node. If there is no next sibling it returns FALSE (< 4.3) or null (>= 4.3). You can use this function to iterate over all children of a node as shown in the example.

Example #1 Iterate over children

<?php
include("example.inc");

if (!
$dom domxml_open_mem($xmlstr)) {
  echo 
"Error while parsing the document\n";
  exit;
}

$elements $dom->get_elements_by_tagname("tbody");
$element $elements[0];
$child $element->first_child();

while (
$child) {
   
print_r($child);
   
$child $child->next_sibling();
}
?>

See also domnode_previous_sibling().



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