#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 6

When we analyze XML documents with XPath we may need information about number of certain items. For example, we can…

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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 5

XPath has one big disadvantage–it’s case sensitive. Unlike regular expressions, there is no way to “turn it off”. But there…

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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 4

Filtering using XPath is not limited to queries that make sure that existing value is equal to value that we…

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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 3

Filtering data with XPath works very well even if we need more complex filters that require information from different levels…

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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 2

XPath can be used to apply ‘filter left’ philosophy to XML documents. For example we can find any h1 element…

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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 1

This is the first tip in a series of Select-Xml/XPath tips. Working with XML documents in PowerShell is relatively easy….

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