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Xpath in XML is an important XML technology which is used to extract data from xml files. You can think of Xpath as SQL in Java which is used to retrieve data from tables. Xpath 1.0 is very popular and used heavily on xml and Java. Java has good support of Xpath and provides API to create and execute Xpath statements.
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