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Frederick C. LeeSubject: XQuery and Javascript 1.5+ on IE6
Author: Frederick C. Lee
Date: 27 Oct 2006 03:41 PM
My client wishes to stay with IE6/Win2000 which limits me considerably. I need to do some recursive javascript logic to parse a DOM object.

I can do it using Javascript 1.5+ which is available in Firefox & Opera; and probably Safari. But not in IE6 (Javascript 1.3). So I'm crippled.

So if I can't use an adequate Javascript version to parse a DOM object, perhaps I can do some data mining using XQuary.

So question: Does or can MS Internet Explorer work with XQuery, XPath 2.0? Or can I safely say, that IE6 is a piece of CRAP?

Tony LavinioSubject: XQuery and Javascript 1.5+ on IE6
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 30 Oct 2006 01:22 AM
It's not clear what this has to do with Stylus Studio, but
IE6 does not support XPath 2.0 or XQuery 1.0, but only XSLT
1.0. Since this is a Microsoft-specific question, perhaps
you'd have more success posting on a Microsoft forum, or
on the xsl-list or xquery-talk email lists. They might be
able to help with alternatives.

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