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- From: MikeDacon@aol.com
- To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 08:40:47 EST
In a message dated 3/7/99 10:03:55 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Well, that might depend on the job of the filter. You may want to use a
> to prune out the parts of the document you are not interested in BEFORE
> the DOM is built.
I agree with you. I was not saying that access to the DOM was the only
way to write a filter. Just that filters can be based on walking a
DOM Document tree as you state below.
> In general, I see several places where you might want to use a filter:
> o Transform events from a parser into something to be output.
> o Transform events from a parser before being accessed by an
> o Between a parser and the DOM.
> o Transform events from a DOM walker into something to be output.
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