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    XPathResult

    Refer to nsIDOMXPathResult for more detail.

    Properties

    booleanValue
    readonly boolean
    invalidIteratorState
    readonly boolean
    numberValue
    readonly float
    resultType
    readonly integer (short)
    singleNodeValue
    readonly Node
    snapshotLength
    readonly Integer
    stringValue
    readonly String

    Methods

    iterateNext()

    snapshotItem()

    Constants

    Result Type Defined Constant Value Description
    ANY_TYPE 0 A result set containing whatever type naturally results from evaluation of the expression. Note that if the result is a node-set then UNORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE is always the resulting type.
    NUMBER_TYPE 1 A result containing a single number. This is useful for example, in an XPath expression using the count() function.
    STRING_TYPE 2 A result containing a single string.
    BOOLEAN_TYPE 3 A result containing a single boolean value. This is useful for example, in an XPath expression using the not() function.
    UNORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE 4 A result node-set containing all the nodes matching the expression. The nodes may not necessarily be in the same order that they appear in the document.
    ORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE 5 A result node-set containing all the nodes matching the expression. The nodes in the result set are in the same order that they appear in the document.
    UNORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE 6 A result node-set containing snapshots of all the nodes matching the expression. The nodes may not necessarily be in the same order that they appear in the document.
    ORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE 7 A result node-set containing snapshots of all the nodes matching the expression. The nodes in the result set are in the same order that they appear in the document.
    ANY_UNORDERED_NODE_TYPE 8 A result node-set containing any single node that matches the expression. The node is not necessarily the first node in the document that matches the expression.
    FIRST_ORDERED_NODE_TYPE 9 A result node-set containing the first node in the document that matches the expression.

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