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Re: Nasty XPath expressions

gecko selectnodes xpath

Christian Nentwich wrote:

> On Fri, 2001-12-14 at 14:42, Steve Muench wrote:
>>Oracle's XML Parser also provides an XPath engine that's
>>woven into our DOM implementation. Using it is as easy as:
>>   yourNode.selectNodes("Your/Favorite[XPath=Here]");
>>   yourNode.selectSingleNode("Your/Favorite[XPath=Here]");
>>   yourNode.valueOf("Your/Favorite[XPath=Here]");
> You say your users haven't asked for more, but if I was to become your
> user, I would. .net offers these methods as well, 

How does .Net support .valueOf(<XPathExpression>)? I'm interested 
because the fact that MSXML 3 only supports XPath expressions that 
return node-lists is a bit of a frustration, and I couldn't find any 
improvement on this in .Net beta 2.



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