I'd like to get all nodes in a JSoup doc. What's the best way to do this (in Java or Scala?)

Thanks

You can use `*`

selector:

```
Elements elements = document.select("*");
```

I'd like to get all nodes in a JSoup doc. What's the best way to do this (in Java or Scala?)

Thanks

You can use `*`

selector:

```
Elements elements = document.select("*");
```

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