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Retrieve and calculate values from XML file

I have an XML files that contains grades in different subjects from
year 2005 =13 2007 .
In the HTML file I have several drop down list that contain all the
names of the subjects. If I select for example history from the first
one ,  I get the grade for 2005 in the first field, then the grade for
2006 in the field next to it and the grade for 2007 in the third
field.
Then I go to the second drop down list , select another subject name
and get all related grades in the proper fields.
So I have a page with approximately ten drop down list.

Now I have some fields in addition that presents calculated average.
For example ,  One is an average of all the subjects per specific year
and the other is an average of specific subject to years
2005-2007.These fields are changing dynamically as soon as I select a
value from the drop down list and related grades are being retrieved
from the xml file. How can I achieve this ?

this is a short example of the xml file. The real file contains about
10 subjects.
<summary>
<subject>
<name>history</name>
<grade in 2005>85</grade in 2005>
<grade in 2006>72</grade in 2006>
<grade in 2007>67</grade in 2007>
</subject>
<subject>
<name>chemistry</name>
<grade in 2005>75</grade in 2005>
<grade in 2006>62</grade in 2006>
<grade in 2007>97</grade in 2007>
</subject>
</summary>
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> I have an XML files that contains grades in different
> subjects from year 2005  2007 .
> In the HTML file I have several drop down list that
> contain all the names of the subjects. If I select for
> example history from the first
> one ,  I get the grade for 2005 in the first field, then
> the grade for 2006 in the field next to it and the grade
> for 2007 in the third field.
> Then I go to the second drop down list , select another
> subject name and get all related grades in the proper
> fields. So I have a page with approximately ten drop down
> list.
> 
> Now I have some fields in addition that presents
> calculated average.
> For example ,  One is an average of all the subjects per
> specific year and the other is an average of specific
> subject to years 2005-2007.These fields are changing
> dynamically as soon as I select a value from the drop down
> list and related grades are being retrieved from the xml
> file. How can I achieve this ?

You forgot to mention whether you're using server-side or
client-side processing, the platform you use for
development, and which API or set of APIs is of interest to
you.

If you're processing client-side, it's likely that the
appropriate place for this question would be
comp.lang.javascript; otherwise, the group for you language
of choice would be a better option.

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