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I am trying to access an HTML code stored as CDATA section in the xml file listed bellow:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<results count="5">
<![CDATA[
<table><tr><td>Hello World</td></tr></table>
]]>
</results>

The xml tree is the responseXML part of an XmlHttpRequest and is stored
in a the javascript object xmldoc. While trying to test the node type
of the children of the "results"-Element I got different results with
IE and Mozilla: Code:

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