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XPath::Literal(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					 XPath::Literal(3)

NAME
XML::XPath::Literal - Simple string values. DESCRIPTION
In XPath terms a Literal is what we know as a string. API
new($string) Create a new Literal object with the value in $string. Note that &quot; and &apos; will be converted to " and ' respectively. That is not part of the XPath specification, but I consider it useful. Note though that you have to go to extraordinary lengths in an XML template file (be it XSLT or whatever) to make use of this: <xsl:value-of select="&quot;I'm feeling &amp;quot;sad&amp;quot;&quot;"/> Which produces a Literal of: I'm feeling "sad" value() Also overloaded as stringification, simply returns the literal string value. cmp($literal) Returns the equivalent of perl's cmp operator against the given $literal. perl v5.16.2 2001-03-16 XPath::Literal(3)

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XPath::Node(3)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					    XPath::Node(3)

NAME
XML::XPath::Node - internal representation of a node API
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. new Creates a new node. See the sub-classes for parameters to pass to new(). getNodeType 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. getParentNode 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). MORE INFO
See the sub-classes for the meaning of the rest of the API: o XML::XPath::Node::Element o XML::XPath::Node::Attribute o XML::XPath::Node::Namespace o XML::XPath::Node::Text o XML::XPath::Node::Comment o XML::XPath::Node::PI perl v5.16.3 2003-01-26 XPath::Node(3)
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