RE: (2 xpath questions)

Subject: RE: (2 xpath questions)
From: Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 13:18:50 +0100
> Heh heh, i figured out that much. MSXML gives a root node 
> back when I append a "/" at the end of an XPath query.
There should never be a "/" (or "//") at the end of an XPath expression. The
only exception is the expression "/" which means the root node. Neither "//"
nor ".//" is a valid XPath query.

Mike Kay

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