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RE: XML DOM
- From: Joshua Allen <email@example.com>
- To: Steven Noels <firstname.lastname@example.org>,"Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2001 15:27:53 -0700
> > relationship
> > between the W3C DOM object interfaces", with interfaces such as
> > "IXMLDOMNode" and "IXMLDOMDocument" shown. These look like COM
> > so I expect it is an error to blame W3C for this.
> Whether W3C should be blamed for DOM or not, is another discussion :-)
> But IXMLDOMNode et al. is definitely MS-speak.
IXMLDOMNode represents the interface for a DOM node. FWIW, the naming
convention of putting an 'I' in front of interfaces is not exclusive to
Microsoft or even C++. In fact, my read of the Mozilla DOM shows that
they use a very similar naming convention: nsIDOMNode.
mp=y#nsIDOMNode. Xerces dodges the naming issue by naming the interface
"Node" and then the implementation "NodeImpl" :-)