How to use is_decendant method in ATX

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...239 return choices[0][-1], choices[0][-2], choices[0][-3]240241 # TODO242 # # try if its non-clickable parent243 # def is_decendant(n1, n2):244 # '''check if n1 is decandant of n2'''245 # for c in n2.children:246 # if c == n1 or is_decendant(n1, c):247 # return True248 # return False249 #250 # p = node.parent251 # while p and not p.clickable:252 # pd, porder = self.get_node_selector(p)253 # if porder is None:254 # print 'parent node', p.className255 # for i in range(len(p.children)):256 # c = p.children[i]257 # if c == node or is_decendant(node, c):258 # print 'child', i, c==node, c.className, c.resourceId, c.text259 # return pd, porder260 # p = p.parent261262 return node, d, order263264 def __find_selector_by_attrbutes(self, node):265 # avoid repeat over same attr266267 def attrs(n, name):268 '''get node attribute values'''269 res = set()270 v = getattr(n, name)271 if v: res.add(v)272 for subn in n.children:273 if subn.clickable: continue274 res.update(attrs(subn, name))275 return res276277 def is_decendant(n1, n2):278 '''check if n1 is decandant of n2'''279 for c in n2.children:280 if c == n1 or is_decendant(n1, c):281 return True282 return False283284 candidates = {}285 def try_attr(top, attr, ignore_filter=None):286 for value in attrs(top, attr):287 if ignore_filter and ignore_filter(value):288 continue289 tmp = self._filter_nodes({attr:value})290 if len(tmp) == 1:291 return tmp[0], {attr:value}292 # save candidates293 for n in tmp:294 if n == top or is_decendant(n, top):295 candidates.setdefault(n, {})[attr] = len(tmp)296 return None, None297298 # try className299 n, cond = try_attr(node, 'className')300 if n:301 return n, cond, None302303 # try anything with a resourceId304 n, cond = try_attr(node, 'resourceId')305 if n:306 return n, cond, None307308 # try anything with a text ...

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...39 if node.value < ancestor.value:40 return is_ancestor(ancestor.left, node)41 return is_ancestor(ancestor.right, node)42"""NOT required..."""43# def is_decendant(decendant, node):44# if not node: return False45# if node == decendant: return True46# if decendant.value < node.value:47# return is_decendant(decendant, node.left)48# return is_decendant(decendant, node.right)49 50def validateThreeNodes(nodeOne, nodeTwo, nodeThree):51 is_nodeOne_ancestor = is_ancestor(nodeOne, nodeTwo)52 is_nodeThree_ancestor = is_ancestor(nodeThree, nodeTwo)53 # XOR: (T, T) => F and (F, F) => F54 if not (is_nodeOne_ancestor ^ is_nodeThree_ancestor): return False55 if is_nodeOne_ancestor:56 return is_ancestor(nodeTwo, nodeThree)...

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