XML Pointer Language (XPointer)

XML Pointer Language (XPointer) allows addressing the internal structures of XML documents. It allows for examination of a hierarchical document structure and choice of its internal parts based on various properties, such as element types, attribute values, character content, and relative position.

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More information: XPointer page on the W3C website

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