DOM: notations and unparsed entities
cowan at locke.ccil.org
Sun Mar 28 06:34:51 BST 1999
Ronald Bourret scripsit:
> 1) How do I determine if an attribute's value is a notation or unparsed
> entity? In the case of an unparsed entity, I'm guessing that the Attr node
> has an EntityReference child (is this true?). Notations have me stumped.
You can't tell. And no, the value of a NOTATION attribute is a string,
not an entity reference (which is used only when you have actual &...;
markup). The DOM conceals the XML type of attributes, at least at
> 2) Is there a general DOM mailing list? The only one I could find was
> www-dom at w3.org, which I assumed was for spec comments, not questions like
It's for all DOM talk, including spec comments.
John Cowan cowan at ccil.org
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