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How to access the elements of an xml file using netscape parser??  RSS feed

 
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Hi friends,
Please help me with this problem
we can access the elemnts of an xml file in an IE browser using childNodes,firstChild etc...How does one do it using the Netscape6.0 parser??
 
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Hi shantanu ,
In netscape also the parsing is similar... but it takes all texts as an additional nodes. So the number of Nodes will be double that of IE. You can fond a good example in the following site... http://www.xs4all.nl/~ppk/js/index.html?version5.html
In the Left pane under version 5 click the importXML link....
hopes this will help you...........
Hari....
by ghosh:
Hi friends,
Please help me with this problem
we can access the elemnts of an xml file in an IE browser using childNodes,firstChild etc...How does one do it using the Netscape6.0 parser??

 
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