[unrev-II] Using the W3C DOM Level 2 Range Object as implemented by Mozilla

From: Joe D Willliams (altintdev@webtv.net)
Date: Wed Apr 18 2001 - 22:13:46 PDT

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    The Range Object
    A Range represents a "selection" of a portion of a web document or a document
    fragment. This range is described as all of the content between two
    boundary-points, the start and end boundary-points. The range object was
    created to facilitate editing operations to the DOM, such as cutting, copying,
    pasting and deleting of content.


    This can work for transfer of information between documents, also.

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