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Programming XML: using the DOM Current status DOM Level 2

 

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The Document Object Model, Level 1 , became a W3C Recommendation on October 1, 1998. Since that time, it has been implemented in several different software products, both free and commercial. The Document Object Model, Level 2 , was at the time of writing very close to being a Proposed Recommendation.

 

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