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Hi,
I'm using Python to work on Xml documents importing the minidom module:
in particular I need to get the whole subtree rooted at a given node
"n".

Does anyone know whether there is a way to find it with a function
/class or by importing another module?

Thank you!

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Alevi

Oct 14 '05 #1
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On Friday 14 October 2005 08:40, Vinci wrote:
I'm using Python to work on Xml documents importing the minidom
module: in particular I need to get the whole subtree rooted at a
given node "n".

Does anyone know whether there is a way to find it with a function
/class or by importing another module?


Look into the XPath code included in PyXML
(http://pyxml.sourceforge.net).

- Michael
Oct 14 '05 #2

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