Xpath, DOT NET Programming

Define XPATH.

XPATH is an XML query language to select specific section of an XML document. By using XPATH you can address or filter elements and text in a XML document. For illustrate a simple XPATH expression such as "Invoice/Amount" states find "Amount" node which are children of "Invoice" node.

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