The xml.dom contains the following functions:
None. If it is not
None, imports the corresponding module and returns a DOMImplementation object if the import succeeds. If no name is given, and if the environment variable PYTHON_DOM is set, this variable is used to find the implementation.
If name is not given, this examines the available implementations to
find one with the required feature set. If no implementation can be
found, raise an ImportError. The features list must be a
(feature, version) pairs which are
passed to the hasFeature() method on available
Some convenience constants are also provided:
xml, as defined by Namespaces in XML (section 4). New in version 2.2.
In addition, xml.dom contains a base Node class and the DOM exception classes. The Node class provided by this module does not implement any of the methods or attributes defined by the DOM specification; concrete DOM implementations must provide those. The Node class provided as part of this module does provide the constants used for the nodeType attribute on concrete Node objects; they are located within the class rather than at the module level to conform with the DOM specifications.
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