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The following XML document is stored in an object called "x":

<?xml version = "1.0"?>
 <body>Don't forget me this weekend</body>

What will each of the following code(s) display when used?







What I have tried:

-Looking up the information on my own
-Trying recreate the XML document and trying a multitude of things
-Going through old notes
-Searching the internet for a more clear-cut answer
-Trying anything else
Updated 26-Jul-23 3:23am

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Read your course materials, read the documentation (Document: documentElement property - Web APIs | MDN[^] is a good place to start), and try executing the code against the XML file.
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Larry Chapman II 26-Jul-23 7:19am    
Thank you for your words and encouragement. This is in efforts to earn an XML certification—which I've failed 3 times already—for something at work. When I look back at the course material on w3schools, I can't find it anywhere except in the exam itself. I know at most what the code I posted is to do, but I can't seem to figure it out because the "document.write(x.documentElement...)" confuses me a little. Thank you for your answer nonetheless.
The document.write statement is part of the HTML DOM, and nothing to do with XML. XML is merely a useful way of formatting data for transmission between computing systems or applications. So it seems that you are mixing two different systems without fully understanding either. You can learn both at W3Schools Online Web Tutorials[^].
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Okay so, as far as I've come along this is essentially what I'm trying to do here:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<p id="demo">something else should be showing</p>

var parser, xmlDoc;
var text = "<note><to>Tove</to>"+"<from>Jani</from>"+"<heading>Reminder</heading>"+"<body>Don't forget me this weekend</body></note>";

parser = new DOMParser();
xmlDoc = parser.parseFromString(text,"text/xml");

document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML =
xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].childNodes.length; //Output: 4

/*xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].childNodes.item(0).nodeName;*/ //Output: "to"

/*xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].nodeName;*/ //Output: 

/*xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].childNodes[1].nodeName;*/ //Output: "from"

/*xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].childNodes[1].childNodes[0].nodeValue;*/ //Output: "Jani"

/*xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("note")[0].childNodes[0].nextSibling.nodeName;*/ //Output: "from"

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