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Re: the path

From: WI <wi@maebashi-it.org>
Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 22:41:59 +0700
Message-ID: <48480947.2040403@maebashi-it.org>
To: www-xpath-comments@w3.org

A path is essentially a potential node.

It is a location on a that may or may not actually talk to a node on a 
specific model.

A Path can be converted into either an array of unsigned integers or a 
string. The string form is a list of numbers separated by a colon. Each 
number refers to the offset at that level. The path "0" refers to the 
root node and the path "2:6" refers to the fifth child of the third node.

> Appends a new index to a path.
> As a result, the depth of the path is increased.
> *Deprecated: 
> <http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/docs/reference/html/deprecated.html#_deprecated000052>*
>     replaced by push_back()
>     http://www.diet-forum.org/
>     <http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/docs/reference/html/classGtk_1_1TreePath.html#347cad71a31af29ed6fb775485ef4892>
> *Parameters:*
>     	/index/  	The index.

> Return value: |true| if /descendant/ is contained inside /path/.
> *Parameters:*
>     	/descendant/  	Another Gtk::TreePath
>     <http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/docs/reference/html/classGtk_1_1TreePath.html>.
> *Returns:*
>     |true| if /descendant/ is contained inside /path/.
>     http://www.caloriescout.com/
Virtual Trees are source-rooted trees in ATM networks in which VCs 
originating at the source but going to different destinations share some 
of the bandwidth pre-allocated to the VT, thus providing an additional 
advantage over Virtual Paths. Non-ATM protocols such as MIL-STD188 -220A 
can also take advantage of Virtual Trees source concatenation provides a 
benefit similar to ATM multiplexing. We describe the results of a 
simulation study which shows Virtual Trees.
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