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Java DOM edit: Locating a Node by Using Siblings

    public void LocatingUsingSibling(Document doc,String newname,String newemail) {
        Element root = doc.getDocumentElement();
        Element person = (Element)root.getFirstChild();
        while(person != null) {
            Element name = (Element)person.getFirstChild();
            Text nametext = (Text)name.getFirstChild();
            String oldname = nametext.getData();
            if(oldname.equals(newname)) {
                Element email = (Element)name.getNextSibling();
                Text emailtext = (Text)email.getFirstChild();
            person = (Element)person.getNextSibling();

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