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   What's the Difference between ExceptionCode and Node Type in DOM spec?

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  • From: Hyoungsoo Yoon <hyoung@fiz.huji.ac.il>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 17 Sep 1998 00:13:01 +0200

Hi everybody,

ExceptionCode is declared as enumerator, whereas
node types are simply defined constants in the level 1 DOM spec.
I would expect node types also to be enumerators, or else
just define ExceptionCode as constants for consistency.

Is there a reason why these two variables are declared differently?
Thanks, youngsoo

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