XPath is a language for finding information in an XML document. XPath is
used to navigate through elements and attributes in an XML document.
XPath is a major element in the W3C's XSLT standard - and XQuery and
XPointer are both built
on XPath expressions.
So an understanding of XPath is fundamental to a lot of advanced XML
Start learning XPath now!
At W3Schools you will find a complete reference of all the built-in functions
in XPath 2.0,
XQuery 1.0 and XSLT 2.0.
This chapter explains what XPath is.
This chapter defines the different types of nodes in XPath and the relationship
This chapter explains the XPath syntax.
This chapter explains the XPath axes.
This chapter lists the operators that can be used in XPath expressions.
This chapter uses the "books.xml" document to demonstrate some XPath
This chapter contains a summary on what you have learned in this tutorial and a
recommendation on what subject you should study next.
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