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Special Edition Using XML, Second Edition by - et al. David Gulbransen

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DOM Level 2

We've gone through all the interfaces of the DOM Level 1. Now we are going to take a quick look at the other levels of the DOM specification.

We will not be able to explore them thoroughly, but when we are finished, you will be oriented in most of the specifications and will know where to get the additional information you may need.

Level 2 of the DOM was approved by the W3C as a W3C Recommendation in November 2000. The full specification can be found at the official Web site of the consortium at http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Core. Since the release of the specification, software vendors have started incorporating support for DOM 2 into browsers (IE 5.5 and later, Netscape 6), DOM parsers, and APIs. The Java 2 Standard Edition, ...

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