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John Adriaan

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  1. According to the "Node Types" table on this W3Schools page, only the Document Node has a limit to the number of child Nodes (other than None!) of any one type: The implication is that there can be any number of any other (listed) Child node in a Parent Node. For many Nodes, that's a natural state: An Element Node can have many other Child Element Nodes to define the complete Tree. For some Nodes, it's a little less natural: For example, one might think that a Comment Node is commenting on its Parent Node. Nope! A Comment Node is merely a child of its Parent, and is
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