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Re: Passing element nodes through string functions (WAS RE:

Subject: Re: Passing element nodes through string functions (WAS RE: Preserving inline elements when using string functions)
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 10:04:31 +0100
Re: Passing element nodes through string functions (WAS RE:
  Your solution to grouping where an element overlaps two groups is
  impressive, but how would you handle the case where a text node (with
  two newlines) overlaps three groups? It seems like the looping concept
  breaks down

maybe our posts crossed but i think the version I posted yesterday works
in that case doesn't it? My test case (in the post) had two newlines:

    <bodytext>This is the <link url="zzz">link</link> xxx      <---1---
    This is another line                                       <---2---
    and a <link url="zzz">link2</link> 2nd
    and a third</bodytext>


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