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Re: Handling Mixed Child Elements and Text() Nodes

Subject: Re: Handling Mixed Child Elements and Text() Nodes
From: Brook Ellingwood <brook@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 18:52:26 -0700
brook ellingwood
Hi Americo,

Using your solution exactly as it was in your mail and running through
MSXML3, I'm getting different output than you. This is what I see:

<div class="body">Linked Text<a href="a" class="body">A</a><a href="b"
class="body">B</a><a href="c" class="body">C</a><a href="d"
class="body">D</a> (AKA X)</div>

<div class="body"><a href="e" class="body">E</a>Unlinked Text</div>

<div class="body">F</div>

<div class="body">G</div>

<div class="body">H</div>

<div class="body">I</div>

<div class="body">J</div>

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