It was a bit if a leading question...
Most, if not all, European table saws do not use dado stacks...
They are actually illegal with a health and safety risk (OSHA).
So routers, or circular saw type dado saws are used.
I gave no idea if the deWalt table saw stops fast enough to spin off the dado stack from the arbor... so the router fence may be a viable option for dados.
I also think i would do dado's with a hand held router and a t-square over a router table or jobsite saw.
I guess it depends on the size of the piece of wood that was being dado'd. But if i only had the option of a jobsite saw, i would just do multiple passes with a single blade.