I have the following expression: //*[not(not(@*))] not(@*) returns true only for those elements that have no attributes this part is see, but not; not(not (@*)) which will return true for elements that have at least one attribute how does the not(not work ??
posted 14 years ago
Hi, //*[not(not(@*))] As u said not(@*) will give all the elements which dont have attributes. not(elements dont have attributes) => elements which have attributes. so it gives all the elements which atleast have one attribute Micheal
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