In xpath, the
@ prefix denotes an attribute. To select all attributes, you would use a xpath expression like the following:
Let's suppose you have the following XML document:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <notes> <note lang="en">Call the office</note> <note lang="de">Freunde treffen</note> <note lang="en">Pickup groceries</note> <note lang="fr">Apprends le français</note> </notes>
To select all "
lang" attributes, you can use the following xpath expression:
This will result in the following:
lang=en lang=de lang=en lang=fr
To only select the attribute from the second
note, for example, you can use the following xpath expression:
This will result in the following attribute being selected:
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