I think this is a good example:
<root> <foo>text</foo> <foo>text</foo> </root>
produces "texttext" (with whitespace only nodes stripped)
This is because it's the string value of the <root> element - a sequence of length one.
produces "text text"
This is because it's the string value of each <foo> element - a sequence of length two.
As there are two items in the sequence they are concatenated using the optional separator (the default being " ").
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