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From Paul King <>
Subject Re: Iterate ArrayList over XML Groovy
Date Mon, 15 Aug 2016 07:46:39 GMT
Just work on the part of the list which interest you. Instead of a
depthFirst() traversal as in the previous code I showed, just do
something like:

response.value.*.each {
    // as before

Cheers, Paul.
P.S. You would be better off sending your questions to the users
mailing list not the dev one. This list is for discussion about
development of the language/project rather than using Groovy.

On Sun, Aug 14, 2016 at 11:20 PM, GroovyBeginner
<> wrote:
> In this case If I dont specify the value of e in the list. It is not
> appearing in the output.How to get all the child nodes of a parent which is
> present in the arraylist. For example if my list and input has the following
> Since a and b are present in the list and node e is a part of b and g is not
> present in the list, the corresponding xml output should be
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