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Enhydra XMLC™ Java™ Presentation Development by David H. Young

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The Document Object Model

The DOM is an object model for representing markup documents of XML or HTML. The model uses the concept of nodes, which can represent every aspect of markup components, such as elements and attributes, enabling the document to be completely recreated, after possible additions of dynamic content, from the model.

The DOM is defined by the W3C as a set of interfaces and objects that are implemented by different language bindings, such as C or Java. How it is represented by the Java language bindings is the responsibility of the implementation. Enhydra uses the Apache Xerces XML parser, as contributed by IBM Corporation, and the HTML Tidy parser from the W3C, for HTML documents. The xmlc command examines the first line content ...

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