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where can i find org.w3c.dom class

Tex Abrey
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Joined: Oct 04, 2002
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hi i am just wondering if anyone can tell me where i can get the package org.w3c.dom I have imported it but i am trying to use the org.w3c.dom.document class and in the class of org.w3c.dom that i have document is not part of it and i can't find out where to get it.
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Barry Gaunt
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I just went for the first time to w3c.org and found this.


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It should be included in the jar file of your XML parser/processor. And you meant "Document" and not "document," right?


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