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#include <dom2_traversal.h>

Public Types

enum  AcceptCode { FILTER_ACCEPT = 1, FILTER_REJECT = 2, FILTER_SKIP = 3 }
enum  ShowCode {
  SHOW_ALL = 0xFFFFFFFF, SHOW_ELEMENT = 0x00000001, SHOW_ATTRIBUTE = 0x00000002, SHOW_TEXT = 0x00000004,
  SHOW_COMMENT = 0x00000080, SHOW_DOCUMENT = 0x00000100, SHOW_DOCUMENT_TYPE = 0x00000200, SHOW_DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT = 0x00000400,
  SHOW_NOTATION = 0x00000800

Public Member Functions

 NodeFilter (const NodeFilter &other)
 NodeFilter (NodeFilterImpl *i)
virtual short acceptNode (const Node &n)
CustomNodeFiltercustomNodeFilter ()
virtual NodeFilterImpl * handle () const
virtual bool isNull () const
virtual NodeFilteroperator= (const NodeFilter &other)
void setCustomNodeFilter (CustomNodeFilter *custom)

Static Public Member Functions

static NodeFilter createCustom (CustomNodeFilter *custom)

Protected Attributes

NodeFilterImpl * impl

Detailed Description

Filters are objects that know how to "filter out" nodes.

If an Iterator or TreeWalker is given a filter, before it returns the next node, it applies the filter. If the filter says to accept the node, the Iterator returns it; otherwise, the Iterator looks for the next node and pretends that the node that was rejected was not there.

The DOM does not provide any filters. Filter is just an interface that users can implement to provide their own filters.

Filters do not need to know how to iterate, nor do they need to know anything about the data structure that is being iterated. This makes it very easy to write filters, since the only thing they have to know how to do is evaluate a single node. One filter may be used with a number of different kinds of Iterators, encouraging code reuse.

To create your own custom NodeFilter, define a subclass of CustomNodeFilter which overrides the acceptNode() method and assign an instance of it to the NodeFilter. For more details see the CustomNodeFilter class

Definition at line 183 of file dom2_traversal.h.

Member Enumeration Documentation

◆ AcceptCode

The following constants are returned by the acceptNode() method:

Definition at line 203 of file dom2_traversal.h.

◆ ShowCode

These are the available values for the whatToShow parameter.

They are the same as the set of possible types for Node, and their values are derived by using a bit position corresponding to the value of NodeType for the equivalent node type.

Definition at line 216 of file dom2_traversal.h.

Member Function Documentation

◆ acceptNode()

short NodeFilter::acceptNode ( const Node n)

Test whether a specified node is visible in the logical view of a TreeWalker or NodeIterator.

This function will be called by the implementation of TreeWalker and NodeIterator; it is not intended to be called directly from user code.

nThe node to check to see if it passes the filter or not.
a constant to determine whether the node is accepted, rejected, or skipped, as defined above .

Definition at line 202 of file dom2_traversal.cpp.

◆ handle()

NodeFilterImpl * NodeFilter::handle ( ) const

not part of the DOM

Definition at line 226 of file dom2_traversal.cpp.

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