if there are multiple float tags, they must be contained inside another tag
since only one tag can be TOP level in XML.
You should be able to load a valid xml document into a new XmlDocument()
if only one node exists (XmlDocument.DocumentElement.ChildNodes.Length = 0)
then you can just take the value of DocumentElement
If ChildNode Count is > 0 then you have more nodes.
You can then get the InnerText Property of each of the nodes by using a
Hope this helps
> I have an app that is a little strange.
> I am connected via ethernet & tcp/ip to a device.
> I make a request via a "telnet" connection to it and it returns the
> following information as a string. (vbcrlf) means it has a carriage rtn &
> line feed in the string.
> two questions
> Is there an easy way to get just what is between the FLOAT tags?
> How do I handle it if there is many <FLOAT> tags in the string?
> thanks for any help.