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3.2 Informative References
5.1 The Rise of XML Processing
5.2 Current XML Processing Approaches
5.2.1 The Document Object Model (DOM)
5.2.2 The eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSLT)
5.2.3 Object Mapping
5.3 The E4X Approach
6 Design Principles
7 Notational Conventions
7.1 Algorithm Conventions
7.1.3 Iteration
8.1 Context Keywords
8.3 XML Initialiser Input Elements
9.1.1 Internal Properties and Methods
9.2 The XMLList Type
9.2.1 Internal Properties and Methods
9.3 The AttributeName Type
9.3.1 Internal Properties
9.4 The AnyName Type
10 Type Conversion
10.1 ToString
10.1.1 ToString Applied to the XML Type Overview
10.1.2 ToString Applied to the XMLList Type Overview
10.2 ToXMLString ( input argument, [AncestorNamespaces], [IndentLevel] )
10.2.1 ToXMLString Applied to the XML Type Semantics
10.2.2 ToXMLString Applied to the XMLList Type Semantics
10.3 ToXML
10.3.1 ToXML Applied to the String Type Overview
10.3.2 ToXML Applied to a W3C XML Information Item Overview
10.4 ToXMLList
10.4.1 ToXMLList Applied to the String Type Overview
10.5 ToAttributeName
10.5.1 ToAttributeName Applied to the String Type
10.6 ToXMLName
10.6.1 ToXMLName Applied to the String Type
11 Expressions
11.1 Primary Expressions
11.1.1 Attribute Identifiers Syntax
11.1.3 Wildcard Identifiers Syntax
11.2 Left-Hand-Side Expressions
11.2.3 XML Descendant Accessor Syntax
11.2.4 XML Filtering Predicate Operator Syntax
11.3 Unary Operators
11.3.1 The delete Operator
11.3.2 The typeof Operator Syntax
11.4 Additive Operators
11.4.1 The Addition Operator ( + ) Overview
11.5 Equality Operators
11.5.1 The Abstract Equality Comparison Algorithm Overview
11.6 Assignment Operators
11.6.1 XML Assignment Operator
11.6.2 XMLList Assignment Operator
11.6.3 Compound Assignment (op=)
12 Statements
12.1 The default xml namespace Statement
12.2 The for-in Statement
12.3 The for-each-in Statement
13 Native E4X Objects
13.1 The Global Object
13.1.1 Internal Properties of the Global Object
13.1.2 Function Properties of the Global Object
13.1.3 Constructor Properties of the Global Object
13.2 Namespace Objects
13.2.1 The Namespace Constructor Called as a Function Syntax
13.2.2 The Namespace Constructor Syntax
13.2.3 Properties of the Namespace Constructor
13.2.4 Properties of the Namespace Prototype Object (Built-in Methods)
13.2.5 Properties of Namespace Instances
13.3 QName Objects
13.3.1 The QName Constructor Called as a Function Syntax
13.3.2 The QName Constructor Syntax
13.3.3 Properties of the QName Constructor
13.3.4 Properties of the QName Prototype Object
13.3.5 Properties of QName Instances
13.4 XML Objects
13.4.1 The XML Constructor Called as a Function Syntax
13.4.2 The XML Constructor Syntax
13.4.3 Properties of the XML Constructor
13.4.4 Properties of the XML Prototype Object (Built-in Methods)
13.4.5 Properties of XML Instances
13.5 XMLList Objects
13.5.1 The XMLList Constructor Called as a Function Syntax
13.5.2 The XMLList Constructor Syntax
13.5.3 Properties of the XMLList Constructor
13.5.4 Properties of the XMLList Prototype Object (Built-in Methods)
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