CharacterData

A interface abstrata CharacterData  representa um objeto Node que contém caracteres. Esta é uma interface abstrata, o que significa que não há nenhum objeto do tipo CharacterData: ela é implementada por outras interfaces, como Text, Comment ou ProcessingInstruction, que não são abstratas.

Propriedades

Herda propriedades de seu pai, Node, e implementa as interfaces ChildNode e NonDocumentTypeChildNode.

CharacterData.data
É um DOMString representando os dados textuais contidos neste objeto.
CharacterData.length Somente leitura
Retorna um unsigned long representando o tamanho da string contida em CharacterData.data.
NonDocumentTypeChildNode.nextElementSibling Somente leitura
Returns the Element immediately following the specified one in its parent's children list, or null if the specified element is the last one in the list.
NonDocumentTypeChildNode.previousElementSibling Somente leitura
Returns the Element immediately prior to the specified one in its parent's children list, or null if the specified element is the first one in the list.

Methods

Inherits methods from its parent, Node, and implements the ChildNode and NonDocumentTypeChildNode interface.

CharacterData.appendData()
Appends the given DOMString to the CharacterData.data string; when this method returns, data contains the concatenated DOMString.
CharacterData.deleteData()
Removes the specified amount of characters, starting at the specified offset, from the CharacterData.data string; when this method returns, data contains the shortened DOMString.
CharacterData.insertData()
Inserts the specified characters, at the specified offset, in the CharacterData.data string; when this method returns, data contains the modified DOMString.
ChildNode.remove() This is an experimental API that should not be used in production code.
Removes the object from its parent children list.
CharacterData.replaceData()
Replaces the specified amount of characters, starting at the specified offset, with the specified DOMString; when this method returns, data contains the modified DOMString.
CharacterData.substringData()
Returns a DOMString containing the part of CharacterData.data of the specified length and starting at the specified offset.

Specifications

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