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Real World XML by Steven Holzner

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The XMLDOMNode Object

The Microsoft XMLDOMNode object extends the core XML DOM node interface by adding support for data types, namespaces, DTDs, and schemas as implemented in Internet Explorer. We'll use this object a good deal as we traverse document trees. Here is the base set of properties for this object. As before, those items marked with an asterisk (*) represent a Microsoft extension to the W3C DOM:

  • attributes— The list of attributes for this node. Read-only.

  • baseName*— The base name for the name qualified with the namespace. Read-only.

  • childNodes— A node list containing the child nodes of the current node. Read-only.

  • dataType*— The data type for this node. Read/write.

  • definition*— The definition of the node in the DTD or schema. Read-only. ...

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