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Bradley S. Huffman wrote:
<pre wrap="">Victor Toni writes:
<pre wrap="">I guess these are relicts from the time where JDOM had not the Content
class as a parent for element, PI, comment, etc.
Nope, it's because a XPath function can return more than nodes in from
document. They can also return a number or a string.
Correct, but the context should be a node. As I just discovered
Attribute has no common super class with Content nor is it a subclass
of it so this won't work as expected.<br>