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183   0   about 12 years ago

1, var str=“ abbbbacc”;
var rs=str.replace(“a”,”0”);   
(A)0bbbbacc (B)0bbbb0cc
2,var str=“ abbbbacc”;
var rs=str.replace(“/a/”,”0”);   
(A)0bbbbacc (B)0bbbb0cc
3,var str=“ abbbbacc”;
var rs=str.replace(“/a/g”,”0”);   
(A)0bbbbacc (B)0bbbb0cc

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Using XInclude

414   0   about 12 years ago

It's often convenient to divide long documents into multiple files. The classic example is a book, which is customarily divided in chapters. Each chapter may be further subdivided into sections. Traditionally one has used XML external entity references to support document division. For example, this book has three chapters, each stored in a separate file:However, external entity references have a number of limitations. Among them:

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