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Can anybody suggest good book(s) which deals with Xpath ?
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XPath Spec at W3C is a pretty good place to start. Any good XSL resource should have a devoted section for XPath.
 
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If you don't mind me promoting my book, it has one chapter on XPath exclusively. But since XPath and XSLT are tightly coupled, the book has XPath-related materials all over the place. I also have a GUI tool to display XPaths. But I am afraid it is a bit obsolete. If you are interested, it is still available at http://www.wireoptional.com/XML/XSLT.
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