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Chapter 16. XML Processing

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16.1 XML Literals — page 214

16.2 XML Nodes — page 214

16.3 Element Attributes — page 216

16.4 Embedded Expressions — page 217

16.5 Expressions in Attributes — page 218

16.6 Uncommon Node Types — page 219

16.7 XPath-like Expressions — page 220

16.8 Pattern Matching — page 221

16.9 Modifying Elements and Attributes — page 222

16.10 Transforming XML — page 223

16.11 Loading and Saving — page 223

16.12 Namespaces — page 226

Exercises — page 227

Scala has built-in support for XML literals that makes it easy to generate XML fragments in your programs. The Scala library includes ...

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