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package Torello.HTML.NodeSearch;

import Torello.HTML.NodeSearch.*;
import Torello.HTML.*;
import java.util.Vector;

/**
 * A 'work-book' class included in the Java-HTML JAR-Library, mostly in order to demonstrate the
 * similarities between searching a Java Script DOM-Tree and searching Vectorized-HTML for tags,
 * text and comments.
 * 
 * <BR /><BR /><EMBED CLASS="external-html" DATA-FILE-ID=JS>
 */
@Torello.HTML.Tools.JavaDoc.StaticFunctional
public class JS
{
    private JS() { }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Element By Id
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>{@code Element by ID}</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that have a specified CSS {@code 'ID'} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The integer vector-index of the first HTML {@code TagNode} Element that matches the
     * specified criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagFind
     */
    public static int findElementById(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagFind.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>{@code Element by ID}</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that have a specified CSS {@code 'ID'} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The first HTML {@code TagNode} Element that matches the specified criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagGet
     */
    public static TagNode getElementById(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagGet.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>{@code Element by ID}</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that have a specified CSS {@code 'ID'} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagRemove
     */
    public static int removeElementById(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagRemove.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned,
     * together, as a single data-class {@code Object}-instance {@code 'TagNodeIndex'.}
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-index as an integer included in the {@code 'TagNodeIndex'}
     * return-type.  {@code class 'TagNodeIndex'} includes both the {@code 'TagNode'}, and the
     * {@code Vector}-index from whence it came.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagPeek
     */
    public static TagNodeIndex peekElementById(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagPeek.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The first HTML {@code TagNode} Element that matches the specified criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagPoll
     */
    public static TagNode pollElementById(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagPoll.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Element By Id, Inclusive
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return Integer vector-index pointers, for a sublist, that match the specified input
     * criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagFindInclusive
     */
    public static DotPair findElementByIdInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagFindInclusive.first  (html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The complete sub-list of {@code HTMLNode's} that match the specified input criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagGetInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<HTMLNode> getElementByIdInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagGetInclusive.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagRemoveInclusive
     */
    public static int removeElementByIdInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagRemoveInclusive.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code ID} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned as a
     * single data-{@code Object} simply named {@code 'SubSection.'}  {@code class SubSection}
     * and {@code class TagNodeIndex} differ in that instances of {@code class SubSection} contain
     * an entire sub-list, while instances of {@code class TagNodeIndex} only contain a single
     * node.  Both have index &amp; node information encapsulated, together.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return Instances of {@code 'SubSection'} contain both the html sub-page as a 
     * {@code Vector}, and the matching {@code 'DotPair' Vector} index-pointer from the original
     * {@code Vector} from whence they came.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagPeekInclusive
     */
    public static SubSection peekElementByIdInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagPeekInclusive.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Element by ID</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements that
     * have a specified CSS {@code 'ID'} Attribute.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param id This should be a valid HTML {@code 'ID'} Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value
     * </B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This is also known as a CSS-Style-Sheet
     * {@code 'ID'} Tag. 
     * @return The complete sub-list of {@code HTMLNode's} that match the specified input criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException  This exception will throw if the {@code String} passed to the
     * {@code 'id'} parameter is not a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.  Please review the Exception
     * {@code class CSSStrException} to see what constitutes a valid CSS {@code 'ID'}.
     * @see InnerTagPollInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<HTMLNode> pollElementByIdInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String id)
    {
        CSSStrException.check(id);
        return InnerTagPollInclusive.first(html, "id", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, id);
    }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By TagName
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">COUNT:</SPAN></B> These operations return a count
     * on the number of matches of the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return The number of {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input criteria.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeCount
     */
    public static int countElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeCount.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A list of integer vector-index pointers into the input vector parameter 'html.'
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeFind
     */
    public static int[] findElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeFind.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeGet
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> getElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeGet.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeRemove
     */
    public static int removeElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeRemove.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned,
     * together, as a single data-class {@code Object}-instance {@code 'TagNodeIndex'.}
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-index as an integer included in the {@code 'TagNodeIndex'}
     * return-type.  {@code class 'TagNodeIndex'} includes both the {@code 'TagNode'}, and the
     * {@code Vector}-index from whence it came.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodePeek
     */
    public static Vector<TagNodeIndex> peekElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodePeek.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodePoll
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> pollElementsByTagName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodePoll.all(html, TC.OpeningTags, htmlTok); }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By TagName, Inclusive
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all
     * {@code 'div'} elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A "list of lists" where each {@code DotPair} element contains the starting and
     * ending index-pointers (as integers, wrapped in a {@code 'DotPair'} instance) for each match
     * of the input parameter criteria-specifications.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeFindInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<DotPair> findElementsByTagNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeFindInclusive.all(html, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all
     * {@code 'div'} elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeGetInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> getElementsByTagNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeGetInclusive.all(html, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodeRemoveInclusive
     */
    public static int removeElementsByTagNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodeRemoveInclusive.all(html, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'}
     * elements, or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned as a
     * single data-{@code Object} simply named {@code 'SubSection.'}  {@code class SubSection}
     * and {@code class TagNodeIndex} differ in that instances of {@code class SubSection} contain
     * an entire sub-list, while instances of {@code class TagNodeIndex} only contain a single
     * node.  Both have index &amp; node information encapsulated, together.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.  Instances
     * of {@code 'SubSection'} contain both the html sub-page as a {@code Vector}, and the
     * matching {@code 'DotPair' Vector} index-pointer from the original {@code Vector} from
     * whence they came.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodePeekInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<SubSection> peekElementsByTagNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodePeekInclusive.all(html, htmlTok); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by TagName</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode} Elements
     * having a certain "HTML Token."  For instance, one could specify all {@code 'div'} elements,
     * or all HTML anchor {@code '<A HREF=...>'} elements.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param htmlTok This is an HTML Element Token - also known as "The HTML Element Name."  For
     * instance: {@code 'DIV', 'SPAN', 'IMG',} etc...
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @throws HTMLTokException This exception will be thrown by {@code class ARGCHECK} if the
     * HTML Element Name provided is not a valid HTML Element.
     * @see TagNodePollInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> pollElementsByTagNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String htmlTok)
    { return TagNodePollInclusive.all(html, htmlTok); }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By Class-Name
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">COUNT:</SPAN></B> These operations return a count
     * on the number of matches of the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return The number of {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagCount
     */
    public static int countElementsByClassName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagCount.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return A list of integer vector-index pointers into the input vector parameter 'html.'
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagFind
     */
    public static int[] findElementsByClassName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagFind.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagGet
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> getElementsByClassName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagGet.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagRemove
     */
    public static int removeElementsByClassName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagRemove.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned,
     * together, as a single data-class {@code Object}-instance {@code 'TagNodeIndex'.}
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-index as an integer included in the {@code 'TagNodeIndex'}
     * return-type.  {@code class 'TagNodeIndex'} includes both the {@code 'TagNode'}, and the
     * {@code Vector}-index from whence it came.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagPeek
     */
    public static Vector<TagNodeIndex> peekElementsByClassName
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagPeek.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagPoll
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> pollElementsByClassName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagPoll.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By Class-Name, Inclusive
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return A "list of lists" where each {@code DotPair} element contains the starting and
     * ending index-pointers (as integers, wrapped in a {@code 'DotPair'} instance) for each
     * match of the input parameter criteria-specifications.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagFindInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<DotPair> findElementsByClassNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagFindInclusive.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return  A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagGetInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> getElementsByClassNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagGetInclusive.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagRemoveInclusive
     */
    public static int removeElementsByClassNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagRemoveInclusive.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned as a
     * single data-{@code Object} simply named {@code 'SubSection.'}  {@code class SubSection}
     * and {@code class TagNodeIndex} differ in that instances of {@code class SubSection} contain
     * an entire sub-list, while instances of {@code class TagNodeIndex} only contain a single
     * node.  Both have index &amp; node information encapsulated, together.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return  A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.  Instances of
     * "SubSection" contain both the html sub-page as a vector, and the matching {@code DotPair
     * Vector} index-pointer from the original {@code Vector} from whence they came.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagPeekInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<SubSection> peekElementsByClassNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagPeekInclusive.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Class Name</B> function retrieves all HTML {@code TagNode}
     * Elements that match a specified CSS {@code 'CLASS'}.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param className  This should be a valid HTML CSS {@code 'CLASS'} 
     * Attribute-<B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).
     * @return  A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @throws CSSStrException Whenever the {@code TextComparitor's} for CSS {@code 'Classes'} are
     * used, passed or invoked, the {@code 'class-name'}, or list of {@code class-name's} 
     * (as {@code String's}) provided to the {@code TextComparitor} will be checked for validity
     * according to CSS naming conventions.  If parameter {@code 'className'} does not meet the
     * strict requirements for CSS {@code Class-Names}, this exception will throw immediately.
     * @see InnerTagPollInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> pollElementsByClassNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String className)
    { return InnerTagPollInclusive.all(html, "class", TextComparitor.C, className); }


    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By Name
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">COUNT:</SPAN></B> These operations return a count
     * on the number of matches of the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return The number of {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input criteria.
     * @see InnerTagCount
     */
    public static int countElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagCount.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A list of integer vector-index pointers into the input vector parameter 'html.'
     * @see InnerTagFind
     */
    public static int[] findElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagFind.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @see InnerTagGet
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> getElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagGet.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @see InnerTagRemove
     */
    public static int removeElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagRemove.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned,
     * together, as a single data-class {@code Object}-instance {@code 'TagNodeIndex'.}
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-index as an integer included in the {@code 'TagNodeIndex'}
     * return-type.  {@code class 'TagNodeIndex'} includes both the {@code 'TagNode'}, and the
     * {@code Vector}-index from whence it came.
     * @see InnerTagPeek
     */
    public static Vector<TagNodeIndex> peekElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagPeek.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A list of all {@code 'TagNode'} elements that match the specified input-criteria.
     * @see InnerTagPoll
     */
    public static Vector<TagNode> pollElementsByName(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagPoll.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    // ********************************************************************************
    // Elements By Name, Inclusive
    // ********************************************************************************

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">FIND:</SPAN></B> These operations return the
     * integer {@code Vector}-indices which point to nodes in the original html-{@code Vector}
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A "list of lists" where each {@code DotPair} element contains the starting and
     * ending index-pointers (as integers, wrapped in a {@code 'DotPair'} instance) for each
     * match of the input parameter criteria-specifications.
     * @see InnerTagFindInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<DotPair> findElementsByNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagFindInclusive.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">GET:</SPAN></B> These operations return the nodes
     * that match the specified criteria.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @see InnerTagGetInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> getElementsByNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagGetInclusive.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">REMOVE:</SPAN></B> These operations remove the
     * nodes that match the specified criteria, and then, also, return an integer {@code 'count'} -
     * informing the user how many nodes were ultimately removed.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return The total number of HTML Nodes that were removed from the
     * input-{@code Vector 'html'}
     * @see InnerTagRemoveInclusive
     */
    public static int removeElementsByNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagRemoveInclusive.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">PEEK:</SPAN></B> The elements / nodes themselves,
     * along with the {@code Vector}-indices where they were found / identified are returned as a
     * single data-{@code Object} simply named {@code 'SubSection.'}  {@code class SubSection}
     * and {@code class TagNodeIndex} differ in that instances of {@code class SubSection} contain
     * an entire sub-list, while instances of {@code class TagNodeIndex} only contain a single
     * node.  Both have index &amp; node information encapsulated, together.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.  Instances
     * of {@code 'SubSection'} contain both the html sub-page as a {@code Vector}, and the
     * matching {@code 'DotPair' Vector} index-pointer from the original {@code Vector} from
     * whence they came.
     * @see InnerTagPeekInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<SubSection> peekElementsByNameInclusive(Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagPeekInclusive.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }

    /**
     * Java-Script's <B>Elements by Name</B> function retrieves all HTML Elements whose
     * {@code 'NAME'} attribute matches the specified {@code String name} parameter. 
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">POLL:</SPAN></B> These operations simply behave
     * like a combination of the <B>{@code 'GET'}</B> operation and the {@code 'REMOVE'} operation.
     * {@code HTMLNode's} are removed, and afterwards, these removed nodes are returned back to the
     * the invoking method.
     *
     * <BR /><BR /><B><SPAN STYLE="color: red;">INCLUSIVE:</SPAN></B> In this html search library,
     * all the word <B>'inclusive'</B> means, is that when an opening {@code TagNode} is found by
     * an 'inclusive method', before returning that node, the <I>matching, and closing pair</I> of
     * that {@code TagNode}, along with all {@code HTMLNode's} in-between, are included in the
     * result.  This, effectively, means these methods will all return either a complete
     * vectorized-html sublist, or a {@code 'DotPair'} (instead) start-index and end-index
     * demarcating a sublist.  For instance, an HTML divider-element like
     * {@code <DIV class=someClass ...> ... </DIV>} as an 'inclusive return-value' might have
     * many {@code HTMLNode's} in this list.
     *
     * @param html This may be any vectorized-html page, or sub-page.
     * @param name  This should be a valid HTML {@code 'NAME'} Attribute-
     * <B STYLE='color: red;'>Value</B> (inner-tag <B STYLE='color: red;'>value</B>).  This a
     * "pre-HTML-5" used tag, that has been largely deprecated, and subsequently replaced by the
     * {@code 'ID'} and {@code 'CLASS'} CSS-Attributes.
     * @return A "list of lists" for each opening and closing HTML Element match.
     * @see InnerTagPollInclusive
     */
    public static Vector<Vector<HTMLNode>> pollElementsByNameInclusive
        (Vector<HTMLNode> html, String name)
    { return InnerTagPollInclusive.all(html, "name", TextComparitor.EQ_CI_TRM, name); }
}