Re: Leventhal's challenge misses the point

Subject: Re: Leventhal's challenge misses the point
From: "Guy Murphy" <guy-murphy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 18:39:03 +0100
Hi Don.

You are right it would, and in the real world if I where using the IE5
parser I would use xmlDoc.selectNodes('//section/title');

This at the moment has arisen as an MS extention to the DOM, *from* XSL. I
wanted to compare XSL with W3C standard DOM, as it is this standard that is
one of the cornerstones of the anti-XSL arguement.


> DOM with query language support will look a little less busy:
> var result = xmlDoc.getElementsByQuery("//section/title");
> for (var i = 0; i < result.length; i++)
>   document.write("<h1>" + result[i].nodeValue + "</h1>");
> Don
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