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XML::DOM::NodeList(3) User Contributed Perl DocumentationXML::DOM::NodeList(3)

       XML::DOM::NodeList - A node list	as used	by XML::DOM

       The NodeList interface provides the abstraction of an ordered
       collection of nodes, without defining or	constraining how this
       collection is implemented.

       The items in the	NodeList are accessible	via an integral	index,
       starting	from 0.

       Although	the DOM	spec states that all NodeLists are "live" in that they
       allways reflect changes to the DOM tree,	the NodeList returned by
       getElementsByTagName is not live	in this	implementation.	See CAVEATS
       for details.

       item (index)
	   Returns the indexth item in the collection. If index	is greater
	   than	or equal to the	number of nodes	in the list, this returns

	   The number of nodes in the list. The	range of valid child node
	   indices is 0	to length-1 inclusive.

   Additional methods not in the DOM Spec
	   Removes all circular	references in this NodeList and	its
	   descendants so the objects can be claimed for garbage collection.
	   The objects should not be used afterwards.

perl v5.32.1			  2000-01-31		 XML::DOM::NodeList(3)


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