moveNext Method (Enumerator) (JavaScript)

Moves the current item to the next item in the collection.

Warning

This object is supported in Internet Explorer only.

Syntax


enumObj.moveNext( )   

Remarks

The required enumObj reference is any Enumerator object.

If the enumerator is at the end of the collection or the collection is empty, the current item is set to undefined.

Example

In following example, the moveNext method is used to move to the next drive in the Drives collection:

function ShowDrives()  
{  
    var s = "";  
    var bytesPerGB = 1024 * 1024 * 1024;  

    var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");  
    var e = new Enumerator(fso.Drives);  

    e.moveFirst();  
    while (e.atEnd() == false)  
    {  
        var drv = e.item();  

        s += drv.Path + " - ";  

        if (drv.IsReady)  
        {  
            var freeGB = drv.FreeSpace / bytesPerGB;  
            var totalGB = drv.TotalSize / bytesPerGB;  

            s += freeGB.toFixed(3) + " GB free of ";  
            s += totalGB.toFixed(3) + " GB";  
        }  
        else  
        {  
            s += "Not Ready";  
        }  

        s += "<br />";  

        e.moveNext();  
    }  
    return(s);  
}  

Requirements

Supported in the following document modes: Quirks, Internet Explorer 6 standards, Internet Explorer 7 standards, Internet Explorer 8 standards, Internet Explorer 9 standards, and Internet Explorer 10 standards. Not supported in Windows 8.x Store apps. See Version Information.

Applies To: Enumerator Object

See Also

atEnd Method (Enumerator)
item Method (Enumerator)
moveFirst Method (Enumerator)