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The '''Document Object Model''' (DOM), sometimes just called the [[XHTML]] DOM, is a high-level interface which parsers of scripting languages such as [[Javascript]] can use to access and modify parts of an XHTML-compliant web page.
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The '''Document Object Model''' (DOM), sometimes just called the XHTML DOM, is a high-level interface which parsers of programming languages such as [[Javascript]], [[Java]], or [[C_sharp]] can use to access and modify parts of an [[XHTML]]-compliant web page.
  
 
The [[JSON - as a data interchange format| Javascript Object Notation (JSON)]] is based on the XHTML DOM.
 
The [[JSON - as a data interchange format| Javascript Object Notation (JSON)]] is based on the XHTML DOM.

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The Document Object Model (DOM), sometimes just called the XHTML DOM, is a high-level interface which parsers of programming languages such as Javascript, Java, or C_sharp can use to access and modify parts of an XHTML-compliant web page.

The Javascript Object Notation (JSON) is based on the XHTML DOM.