XML::XQL::DOM(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation XML::XQL::DOM(3pm)NAME
XML::XQL::DOM - Adds XQL support to XML::DOM nodes
$parser = new XML::DOM::Parser;
$doc = $parser->parsefile ("file.xml");
# Return all elements with tagName='title' under the root element 'book'
$query = new XML::XQL::Query (Expr => "book/title");
@result = $query->solve ($doc);
# Or (to save some typing)
@result = XML::XQL::solve ("book/title", $doc);
# Or (see XML::DOM::Node)
@result = $doc->xql ("book/title");
XML::XQL::DOM adds methods to XML::DOM nodes to support XQL queries on XML::DOM document structures.
See XML::XQL and XML::XQL::Query for more details. XML::DOM::Node describes the xql() method.
perl v5.10.1 2001-06-20 XML::XQL::DOM(3pm)
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XPath::Node(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation XPath::Node(3pm)NAME
XML::XPath::Node - internal representation of a node
The Node API aims to emulate DOM to some extent, however the API isn't quite compatible with DOM. This is to ease transition from XML::DOM
programming to XML::XPath. Compatibility with DOM may arise once XML::DOM gets namespace support.
Creates a new node. See the sub-classes for parameters to pass to new().
Returns one of ELEMENT_NODE, TEXT_NODE, COMMENT_NODE, ATTRIBUTE_NODE, PROCESSING_INSTRUCTION_NODE or NAMESPACE_NODE. UNKNOWN_NODE is
returned if the sub-class doesn't implement getNodeType - but that means something is broken! The constants are exported by default from
XML::XPath::Node. The constants have the same numeric value as the XML::DOM versions.
Returns the parent of this node, or undef if this is the root node. Note that the root node is the root node in terms of XPath - not the
root element node.
to_sax ( $handler | %handlers )
Generates sax calls to the handler or handlers. See the PerlSAX docs for details (not yet implemented correctly).
See the sub-classes for the meaning of the rest of the API:
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