Re: [xml] Iterating over a node set

On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 12:03:50PM +0100, Holger Rauch wrote:
struct _xmlNodeSet {
    int nodeNr;                 /* number of nodes in the set */
    int nodeMax;                /* size of the array as allocated */
    xmlNodePtr *nodeTab;        /* array of nodes in no particular order */

What's the reason for the distinction between nodeNr and nodeMax? When I
checked their values using a debugger they contained the same values (my
node set consisted of 10 elements, indicated by both nodeNr and nodeMax).

  Well that should be pretty clear from the comments ! nodeTab is allocated
for nodeMax maximum number of nodes, and nodeNr is the actual number of 
entries present in the array.


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