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Removes child from list of children


DomNode::remove_child

(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0)

DomNode::remove_child Removes child from list of children

Description

domtext DomNode::remove_child ( domtext $oldchild )

This functions removes a child from a list of children. If child cannot be removed or is not a child the function will return FALSE. If the child could be removed the functions returns the old child.

Example #1 Removing a child

<?php
include("example.inc");

if (!
$dom domxml_open_mem($xmlstr)) {
  echo 
"Error while parsing the document\n";
  exit;
}

$elements $dom->get_elements_by_tagname("tbody");
$element $elements[0];
$children $element->child_nodes();
$child $element->remove_child($children[0]);

echo 
"<PRE>";
$xmlfile $dom->dump_mem(true);
echo 
htmlentities($xmlfile);
echo 
"</PRE>";
?>

See also domnode_append_child().



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