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QDomNode(3qt)									    QDomNode(3qt)

NAME
       QDomNode - The base class for all the nodes in a DOM tree

SYNOPSIS
       All the functions in this class are reentrant when Qt is built with thread support.</p>

       #include <qdom.h>

       Inherited by QDomDocumentType, QDomDocument, QDomDocumentFragment, QDomCharacterData,
       QDomAttr, QDomElement, QDomNotation, QDomEntity, QDomEntityReference, and
       QDomProcessingInstruction.

   Public Members
       enum NodeType { ElementNode = 1, AttributeNode = 2, TextNode = 3, CDATASectionNode = 4,
	   EntityReferenceNode = 5, EntityNode = 6, ProcessingInstructionNode = 7, CommentNode =
	   8, DocumentNode = 9, DocumentTypeNode = 10, DocumentFragmentNode = 11, NotationNode =
	   12, BaseNode = 21, CharacterDataNode = 22 }
       QDomNode ()
       QDomNode ( const QDomNode & n )
       QDomNode & operator= ( const QDomNode & n )
       bool operator== ( const QDomNode & n ) const
       bool operator!= ( const QDomNode & n ) const
       virtual ~QDomNode ()
       virtual QDomNode insertBefore ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & refChild )
       virtual QDomNode insertAfter ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & refChild )
       virtual QDomNode replaceChild ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & oldChild )
       virtual QDomNode removeChild ( const QDomNode & oldChild )
       virtual QDomNode appendChild ( const QDomNode & newChild )
       virtual bool hasChildNodes () const
       virtual QDomNode cloneNode ( bool deep = TRUE ) const
       virtual void normalize ()
       virtual bool isSupported ( const QString & feature, const QString & version ) const
       virtual QString nodeName () const
       virtual QDomNode::NodeType nodeType () const
       virtual QDomNode parentNode () const
       virtual QDomNodeList childNodes () const
       virtual QDomNode firstChild () const
       virtual QDomNode lastChild () const
       virtual QDomNode previousSibling () const
       virtual QDomNode nextSibling () const
       virtual QDomNamedNodeMap attributes () const
       virtual QDomDocument ownerDocument () const
       virtual QString namespaceURI () const
       virtual QString localName () const
       virtual bool hasAttributes () const
       virtual QString nodeValue () const
       virtual void setNodeValue ( const QString & v )
       virtual QString prefix () const
       virtual void setPrefix ( const QString & pre )
       virtual bool isAttr () const
       virtual bool isCDATASection () const
       virtual bool isDocumentFragment () const
       virtual bool isDocument () const
       virtual bool isDocumentType () const
       virtual bool isElement () const
       virtual bool isEntityReference () const
       virtual bool isText () const
       virtual bool isEntity () const
       virtual bool isNotation () const
       virtual bool isProcessingInstruction () const
       virtual bool isCharacterData () const
       virtual bool isComment () const
       QDomNode namedItem ( const QString & name ) const
       bool isNull () const
       void clear ()
       QDomAttr toAttr ()
       QDomCDATASection toCDATASection ()
       QDomDocumentFragment toDocumentFragment ()
       QDomDocument toDocument ()
       QDomDocumentType toDocumentType ()
       QDomElement toElement ()
       QDomEntityReference toEntityReference ()
       QDomText toText ()
       QDomEntity toEntity ()
       QDomNotation toNotation ()
       QDomProcessingInstruction toProcessingInstruction ()
       QDomCharacterData toCharacterData ()
       QDomComment toComment ()
       void save ( QTextStream & str, int indent ) const

RELATED FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
       QTextStream & operator<< ( QTextStream & str, const QDomNode & node )

DESCRIPTION
       The QDomNode class is the base class for all the nodes in a DOM tree.

       Many functions in the DOM return a QDomNode.

       You can find out the type of a node using isAttr(), isCDATASection(),
       isDocumentFragment(), isDocument(), isDocumentType(), isElement(), isEntityReference(),
       isText(), isEntity(), isNotation(), isProcessingInstruction(), isCharacterData() and
       isComment().

       A QDomNode can be converted into one of its subclasses using toAttr(), toCDATASection(),
       toDocumentFragment(), toDocument(), toDocumentType(), toElement(), toEntityReference(),
       toText(), toEntity(), toNotation(), toProcessingInstruction(), toCharacterData() or
       toComment(). You can convert a node to a null node with clear().

       Copies of the QDomNode class share their data using explicit sharing. This means that
       modifying one node will change all copies. This is especially useful in combination with
       functions which return a QDomNode, e.g. firstChild(). You can make an independent (deep)
       copy of the node with cloneNode().

       Nodes are inserted with insertBefore(), insertAfter() or appendChild(). You can replace
       one node with another using replaceChild() and remove a node with removeChild().

       To traverse nodes use firstChild() to get a node's first child (if any), and nextSibling()
       to traverse. QDomNode also provides lastChild(), previousSibling() and parentNode(). To
       find the first child node with a particular node name use namedItem().

       To find out if a node has children use hasChildNodes() and to get a list of all of a
       node's children use childNodes().

       The node's name and value (the meaning of which varies depending on its type) is returned
       by nodeName() and nodeValue() respectively. The node's type is returned by nodeType(). The
       node's value can be set with setNodeValue().

       The document to which the node belongs is returned by ownerDocument().

       Adjacent QDomText nodes can be merged into a single node with normalize().

       QDomElement nodes have attributes which can be retrieved with attributes().

       QDomElement and QDomAttr nodes can have namespaces which can be retrieved with
       namespaceURI(). Their local name is retrieved with localName(), and their prefix with
       prefix(). The prefix can be set with setPrefix().

       You can write the XML representation of the node to a text stream with save().

       The following example looks for the first element in an XML document and prints the names
       of all the elements that are its direct children.

	   QDomDocument d;
	   d.setContent( someXML );
	   QDomNode n = d.firstChild();
	   while ( !n.isNull() ) {
	       if ( n.isElement() ) {
		   QDomElement e = n.toElement();
		   cout << "Element name: " << e.tagName() << endl;
		   break;
	       }
	       n = n.nextSibling();
	   }

       For further information about the Document Object Model see http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-DOM-
       Level-1/ and http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Core/. For a more general introduction of
       the DOM implementation see the QDomDocument documentation.

       See also XML.

   Member Type Documentation
QDomNode::NodeType
       This enum defines the type of the node:

       QDomNode::ElementNode

       QDomNode::AttributeNode

       QDomNode::TextNode

       QDomNode::CDATASectionNode

       QDomNode::EntityReferenceNode

       QDomNode::EntityNode

       QDomNode::ProcessingInstructionNode

       QDomNode::CommentNode

       QDomNode::DocumentNode

       QDomNode::DocumentTypeNode

       QDomNode::DocumentFragmentNode

       QDomNode::NotationNode

       QDomNode::BaseNode - A QDomNode object, i.e. not a QDomNode subclass.

       QDomNode::CharacterDataNode

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QDomNode::QDomNode ()
       Constructs a null node.

QDomNode::QDomNode ( const QDomNode & n )
       Constructs a copy of n.

       The data of the copy is shared (shallow copy): modifying one node will also change the
       other. If you want to make a deep copy, use cloneNode().

QDomNode::~QDomNode () [virtual]
       Destroys the object and frees its resources.

QDomNode QDomNode::appendChild ( const QDomNode & newChild ) [virtual]
       Appends newChild as the node's last child.

       If newChild is the child of another node, it is reparented to this node. If newChild is a
       child of this node, then its position in the list of children is changed.

       If newChild is a QDomDocumentFragment, then the children of the fragment are removed from
       the fragment and appended.

       Returns a new reference to newChild.

       See also insertBefore(), insertAfter(), replaceChild(), and removeChild().

QDomNamedNodeMap QDomNode::attributes () const [virtual]
       Returns a named node map of all attributes. Attributes are only provided for QDomElements.

       Changing the attributes in the map will also change the attributes of this QDomNode.

       Reimplemented in QDomElement.

QDomNodeList QDomNode::childNodes () const [virtual]
       Returns a list of all direct child nodes.

       Most often you will call this function on a QDomElement object.

       For example, if the XML document looks like this:

	   <body>
	   <h1>Heading</h1>
	   <p>Hello <b>you</b></p>
	   </body>
       Then the list of child nodes for the "body"-element will contain the node created by the
       <h1> tag and the node created by the <p> tag.

       The nodes in the list are not copied; so changing the nodes in the list will also change
       the children of this node.

       See also firstChild() and lastChild().

void QDomNode::clear ()
       Converts the node into a null node; if it was not a null node before, its type and
       contents are deleted.

       See also isNull().

QDomNode QDomNode::cloneNode ( bool deep = TRUE ) const [virtual]
       Creates a deep (not shallow) copy of the QDomNode.

       If deep is TRUE, then the cloning is done recursively which means that all the node's
       children are deep copied too. If deep is FALSE only the node itself is copied and the copy
       will have no child nodes.

QDomNode QDomNode::firstChild () const [virtual]
       Returns the first child of the node. If there is no child node, a null node is returned.
       Changing the returned node will also change the node in the document tree.

       See also lastChild() and childNodes().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

bool QDomNode::hasAttributes () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node has attributes; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also attributes().

bool QDomNode::hasChildNodes () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node has one or more children; otherwise returns FALSE.

QDomNode QDomNode::insertAfter ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & refChild ) [virtual]

       Inserts the node newChild after the child node refChild. refChild must be a direct child
       of this node. If refChild is null then newChild is appended as this node's last child.

       If newChild is the child of another node, it is reparented to this node. If newChild is a
       child of this node, then its position in the list of children is changed.

       If newChild is a QDomDocumentFragment, then the children of the fragment are removed from
       the fragment and inserted after refChild.

       Returns a new reference to newChild on success or a null node on failure.

       See also insertBefore(), replaceChild(), removeChild(), and appendChild().

QDomNode QDomNode::insertBefore ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & refChild )
       [virtual]
       Inserts the node newChild before the child node refChild. refChild must be a direct child
       of this node. If refChild is null then newChild is inserted as the node's first child.

       If newChild is the child of another node, it is reparented to this node. If newChild is a
       child of this node, then its position in the list of children is changed.

       If newChild is a QDomDocumentFragment, then the children of the fragment are removed from
       the fragment and inserted before refChild.

       Returns a new reference to newChild on success or a null node on failure.

       See also insertAfter(), replaceChild(), removeChild(), and appendChild().

bool QDomNode::isAttr () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is an attribute; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomAttribute; you
       can get the QDomAttribute with toAttribute().

       See also toAttr().

       Reimplemented in QDomAttr.

bool QDomNode::isCDATASection () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a CDATA section; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomCDATASection;
       you can get the QDomCDATASection with toCDATASection().

       See also toCDATASection().

       Reimplemented in QDomCDATASection.

bool QDomNode::isCharacterData () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a character data node; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomCharacterData;
       you can get the QDomCharacterData with toCharacterData().

       See also toCharacterData().

       Reimplemented in QDomCharacterData.

bool QDomNode::isComment () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a comment; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomComment; you
       can get the QDomComment with toComment().

       See also toComment().

       Reimplemented in QDomComment.

bool QDomNode::isDocument () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a document; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomDocument; you
       can get the QDomDocument with toDocument().

       See also toDocument().

       Reimplemented in QDomDocument.

bool QDomNode::isDocumentFragment () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a document fragment; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a
       QDomDocumentFragment; you can get the QDomDocumentFragment with toDocumentFragment().

       See also toDocumentFragment().

       Reimplemented in QDomDocumentFragment.

bool QDomNode::isDocumentType () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a document type; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomDocumentType;
       you can get the QDomDocumentType with toDocumentType().

       See also toDocumentType().

       Reimplemented in QDomDocumentType.

bool QDomNode::isElement () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is an element; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomElement; you
       can get the QDomElement with toElement().

       See also toElement().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

       Reimplemented in QDomElement.

bool QDomNode::isEntity () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is an entity; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomEntity; you can
       get the QDomEntity with toEntity().

       See also toEntity().

       Reimplemented in QDomEntity.

bool QDomNode::isEntityReference () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is an entity reference; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a
       QDomEntityReference; you can get the QDomEntityReference with toEntityReference().

       See also toEntityReference().

       Reimplemented in QDomEntityReference.

bool QDomNode::isNotation () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a notation; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomNotation; you
       can get the QDomNotation with toNotation().

       See also toNotation().

       Reimplemented in QDomNotation.

bool QDomNode::isNull () const
       Returns TRUE if this node is null (i.e. if it has no type or contents); otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

bool QDomNode::isProcessingInstruction () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a processing instruction; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a
       QDomProcessingInstruction; you can get the QProcessingInstruction with
       toProcessingInstruction().

       See also toProcessingInstruction().

       Reimplemented in QDomProcessingInstruction.

bool QDomNode::isSupported ( const QString & feature, const QString & version ) const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the DOM implementation implements the feature feature and this feature is
       supported by this node in the version version; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also QDomImplementation::hasFeature().

bool QDomNode::isText () const [virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the node is a text node; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If this function returns TRUE, it does not imply that this object is a QDomText; you can
       get the QDomText with toText().

       See also toText().

       Reimplemented in QDomText.

QDomNode QDomNode::lastChild () const [virtual]
       Returns the last child of the node. If there is no child node, a null node is returned.
       Changing the returned node will also change the node in the document tree.

       See also firstChild() and childNodes().

QString QDomNode::localName () const [virtual]
       If the node uses namespaces, this function returns the local name of the node; otherwise
       it returns QString::null.

       Only nodes of type ElementNode or AttributeNode can have namespaces. A namespace must have
       been specified at creation time; it is not possible to add a namespace afterwards.

       See also prefix(), namespaceURI(), QDomDocument::createElementNS(), and
       QDomDocument::createAttributeNS().

QDomNode QDomNode::namedItem ( const QString & name ) const
       Returns the first direct child node for which nodeName() equals name.

       If no such direct child exists, a null node is returned.

       See also nodeName().

QString QDomNode::namespaceURI () const [virtual]
       Returns the namespace URI of this node or QString::null if the node has no namespace URI.

       Only nodes of type ElementNode or AttributeNode can have namespaces. A namespace URI must
       be specified at creation time and cannot be changed later.

       See also prefix(), localName(), QDomDocument::createElementNS(), and
       QDomDocument::createAttributeNS().

QDomNode QDomNode::nextSibling () const [virtual]
       Returns the next sibling in the document tree. Changing the returned node will also change
       the node in the document tree.

       If you have XML like this:

	   <h1>Heading</h1>
	   <p>The text...</p>
	   <h2>Next heading</h2>
       and this QDomNode represents the <p> tag, nextSibling() will return the node representing
       the <h2> tag.

       See also previousSibling().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

QString QDomNode::nodeName () const [virtual]
       Returns the name of the node.

       The meaning of the name depends on the subclass: <center>.nf

       </center>

       See also nodeValue().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

QDomNode::NodeType QDomNode::nodeType () const [virtual]
       Returns the type of the node.

       See also toAttr(), toCDATASection(), toDocumentFragment(), toDocument(), toDocumentType(),
       toElement(), toEntityReference(), toText(), toEntity(), toNotation(),
       toProcessingInstruction(), toCharacterData(), and toComment().

       Reimplemented in QDomDocumentType, QDomDocument, QDomDocumentFragment, QDomCharacterData,
       QDomAttr, QDomElement, QDomNotation, QDomEntity, QDomEntityReference, and
       QDomProcessingInstruction.

QString QDomNode::nodeValue () const [virtual]
       Returns the value of the node.

       The meaning of the value depends on the subclass: <center>.nf

       </center>

       All the other subclasses do not have a node value and will return QString::null.

       See also setNodeValue() and nodeName().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

void QDomNode::normalize () [virtual]
       Calling normalize() on an element converts all its children into a standard form. This
       means that adjacent QDomText objects will be merged into a single text object
       (QDomCDATASection nodes are not merged).

bool QDomNode::operator!= ( const QDomNode & n ) const
       Returns TRUE if n and this DOM node are not equal; otherwise returns FALSE.

QDomNode &; QDomNode::operator= ( const QDomNode & n )
       Assigns a copy of n to this DOM node.

       The data of the copy is shared (shallow copy): modifying one node will also change the
       other. If you want to make a deep copy, use cloneNode().

bool QDomNode::operator== ( const QDomNode & n ) const
       Returns TRUE if n and this DOM node are equal; otherwise returns FALSE.

QDomDocument QDomNode::ownerDocument () const [virtual]
       Returns the document to which this node belongs.

QDomNode QDomNode::parentNode () const [virtual]
       Returns the parent node. If this node has no parent, a null node is returned (i.e. a node
       for which isNull() returns TRUE).

QString QDomNode::prefix () const [virtual]
       Returns the namespace prefix of the node or QString::null if the node has no namespace
       prefix.

       Only nodes of type ElementNode or AttributeNode can have namespaces. A namespace prefix
       must be specified at creation time. If a node was created with a namespace prefix, you can
       change it later with setPrefix().

       If you create an element or attribute with QDomDocument::createElement() or
       QDomDocument::createAttribute(), the prefix will be QString::null. If you use
       QDomDocument::createElementNS() or QDomDocument::createAttributeNS() instead, the prefix
       will not be QString::null; but it might be an empty string if the name does not have a
       prefix.

       See also setPrefix(), localName(), namespaceURI(), QDomDocument::createElementNS(), and
       QDomDocument::createAttributeNS().

QDomNode QDomNode::previousSibling () const [virtual]
       Returns the previous sibling in the document tree. Changing the returned node will also
       change the node in the document tree.

       For example, if you have XML like this:

	   <h1>Heading</h1>
	   <p>The text...</p>
	   <h2>Next heading</h2>
       and this QDomNode represents the <p> tag, previousSibling() will return the node
       representing the <h1> tag.

       See also nextSibling().

QDomNode QDomNode::removeChild ( const QDomNode & oldChild ) [virtual]
       Removes oldChild from the list of children. oldChild must be a direct child of this node.

       Returns a new reference to oldChild on success or a null node on failure.

       See also insertBefore(), insertAfter(), replaceChild(), and appendChild().

QDomNode QDomNode::replaceChild ( const QDomNode & newChild, const QDomNode & oldChild )
       [virtual]
       Replaces oldChild with newChild. oldChild must be a direct child of this node.

       If newChild is the child of another node, it is reparented to this node. If newChild is a
       child of this node, then its position in the list of children is changed.

       If newChild is a QDomDocumentFragment, then oldChild is replaced by all of the children of
       the fragment.

       Returns a new reference to oldChild on success or a null node an failure.

       See also insertBefore(), insertAfter(), removeChild(), and appendChild().

void QDomNode::save ( QTextStream & str, int indent ) const
       Writes the XML representation of the node and all its children to the stream str. This
       function uses indent as the amount of space to indent the node.

void QDomNode::setNodeValue ( const QString & v ) [virtual]
       Sets the node's value to v.

       See also nodeValue().

void QDomNode::setPrefix ( const QString & pre ) [virtual]
       If the node has a namespace prefix, this function changes the namespace prefix of the node
       to pre. Otherwise this function does nothing.

       Only nodes of type ElementNode or AttributeNode can have namespaces. A namespace prefix
       must have be specified at creation time; it is not possible to add a namespace prefix
       afterwards.

       See also prefix(), localName(), namespaceURI(), QDomDocument::createElementNS(), and
       QDomDocument::createAttributeNS().

QDomAttr QDomNode::toAttr ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomAttr. If the node is not an attribute, the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isAttr().

QDomCDATASection QDomNode::toCDATASection ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomCDATASection. If the node is not a CDATA section, the
       returned object will be null.

       See also isCDATASection().

QDomCharacterData QDomNode::toCharacterData ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomCharacterData. If the node is not a character data node the
       returned object will be null.

       See also isCharacterData().

QDomComment QDomNode::toComment ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomComment. If the node is not a comment the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isComment().

QDomDocument QDomNode::toDocument ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomDocument. If the node is not a document the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isDocument().

QDomDocumentFragment QDomNode::toDocumentFragment ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomDocumentFragment. If the node is not a document fragment
       the returned object will be null.

       See also isDocumentFragment().

QDomDocumentType QDomNode::toDocumentType ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomDocumentType. If the node is not a document type the
       returned object will be null.

       See also isDocumentType().

QDomElement QDomNode::toElement ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomElement. If the node is not an element the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isElement().

       Example: xml/outliner/outlinetree.cpp.

QDomEntity QDomNode::toEntity ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomEntity. If the node is not an entity the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isEntity().

QDomEntityReference QDomNode::toEntityReference ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomEntityReference. If the node is not an entity reference,
       the returned object will be null.

       See also isEntityReference().

QDomNotation QDomNode::toNotation ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomNotation. If the node is not a notation the returned object
       will be null.

       See also isNotation().

QDomProcessingInstruction QDomNode::toProcessingInstruction ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomProcessingInstruction. If the node is not a processing
       instruction the returned object will be null.

       See also isProcessingInstruction().

QDomText QDomNode::toText ()
       Converts a QDomNode into a QDomText. If the node is not a text, the returned object will
       be null.

       See also isText().

RELATED FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QTextStream &; operator<< ( QTextStream & str, const QDomNode & node )
       Writes the XML representation of the node node and all its children to the stream str.

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qdomnode.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

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Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			    QDomNode(3qt)
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