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XPath Operators


An XPath expression returns either a node-set, a string, a Boolean, or a number.


XPath Operators

Below is a list of the operators that can be used in XPath expressions:

Operator Description Example
| Computes two node-sets //book | //cd
+ Addition 6 + 4
- Subtraction 6 - 4
* Multiplication 6 * 4
div Division 8 div 4
= Equal price=9.80
!= Not equal price!=9.80
< Less than price<9.80
<= Less than or equal to price<=9.80
> Greater than price>9.80
>= Greater than or equal to price>=9.80
or or price=9.80 or price=9.70
and and price>9.00 and price<9.90
mod Modulus (division remainder) 5 mod 2



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