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Unformatted text preview: ame that you wish to locate •  The op8onal predicate filters the qualifying nodes. XPath syntax •  We will use only very simple Xpath expressions •  The axis will be either –  “child”, which is the default and can be dropped, or –  “descendant- or- self”, which says look anywhere down the tree and is abbreviated by “//” –  “self” which is abbreviated with a . •  The nodetest will always be a node name •  The predicate is op8onal and will either be a number, [2] which asks for, e.g., the second node, or an arribute filter, e.g., [@currency = “JPY” or @currency=“USD”] ! Func8ons that take XPath expressions •  getNodeSet(xmlTree, xpathExpression) returns a list of XML nodes from xmlTree that sa8sfy the XPath expression. •  xpathSApply(xmlTree, xpath, function) the func8on is applied to those nodes in the XML tree that sa8sfy the Xpath expression. The return value...
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