Consider the XML document shown in Figure 2.12. We suppose that all text nodes containing only…
Consider the XML document shown in Figure 2.12. We suppose that all text nodes containing only whitespace are removed from the tree. 1. Give the result of the following XPath expressions: (a) //e/preceding::text() (b) count(//c|//b/node()) 2. Give an XPath 1.0 expression for the following queries, and the corresponding result: (a) Sum of all attribute values. (b) Text content of the document, where every “b” is replaced by a “c” (Hint: use function translate(s, x1x2 ···xn, y1y2 ···yn) that replaces each xi by yi in s). (c) Name of the child of the last “c” element in the tree. Apr 23 2022 08:23 AM
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