XML query language

Jonathan Borden jborden at mediaone.net
Thu Apr 1 00:14:13 BST 1999

Ingo Macherius wrote:

> An XQL query may return numbers, strings, Date objects or even user
> defined data types, which are not nodes in the DOM sense, but
> objects.

    Actually a NodeList as defined by the DOM is composed of Nodes. Nodes
are typed, one of which is TEXT_NODE. A text node can hold a number, string,
date etc (numbers and dates have no defined meaning in XML 1.0).

 Jonathan Borden

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