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How to get the currently read XmlNode object?

How to get the currently read XmlNode object?

How to get the currently read XmlNode object?

As usual, I couldn't find the answer to the question in subject in the MS Documentation (they associate the XmlNode objects with XmlDocument, not with XmlReader).
When I have the XmlReader read the next node, how do I get the node itself?
Here's the code I have now:


Do While loXMLReader.Read()
      lsXMLNodeContents = lsEndTag = ""

'What code should be here (provided I have declared loXMLNode As XmlNode before the Do While cycle)?

      If XmlNode.HasChildNodes Then
         lsBuffer = lsBuffer & "Node " & Chr(34) & loXMLReader.Name & Chr(34) & " has children, written As-Is" & vbCrLf
         lcHdrStr = lcHdrStr & "<" & loXMLReader.Name & ">" & vbCrLf & IIf(tlFormat, vbCrLf, "")
         Continue Do
      End If
'some other codes, that sorts amd modifies the contents of a node just read
Loop 'While loXMLReader.Read()




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