What is the use of getOptions() method in Selenium?

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May 31 in Selenium by Urmila
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Hi Urmila, getOptions() is used to get all options from the dropdown list. This gets the all options belonging to the Select tag. It takes no parameter and returns List<WebElements>. Sometimes you may like to count the element in the dropdown and multiple select box, so that you can use the loop on Select element. Syntax for get method is:

dropdownElement.getOptions();

Example to understand the use of getOptions() method:

Select optionSelect = new Select(driver.findElement(By.id("dropdown_cities")));

List <WebElement> elementCount = optionSelect.getOptions();

System.out.println(elementCount.size());
answered May 31 by Abha
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