iterateNext method (XPathResult)
Moves the iterator to the next node in the result set and returns the node referenced by the current iterator.
The XPathResult object represents the result of the evaluate method. The type of the result depends on the fourth parameter of the evaluate method, or if its value is ANY_TYPE, then it depends on the expression specified by the first parameter.
With the resultType property the type of the result can be retrieved. If the value of the resultType property is UNORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE or ORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE, then the result contains all nodes that match the expression. In that case, the iterateNext method can be used to retrieve the matching nodes from the result set.
You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.
Returns the next node from the result set or null if there are no more matching nodes.
Example HTML code 1:
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