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I am reading the following XML structure, using -
XPATH: "//root/node1[@value]/node2":
HTML
<root>
  <node1 value="abc">
    <node2 value="def" />
    <node2 value="ghi" />
    <node2 value="jkl" />
  </node1>
</root>

I have to use data from "node1" if the data from "node2" satisfies certain conditions.
If the conditions for "node2" information are met, how do I access the "node1" attribute?
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Updated 29-Oct-11 19:58pm
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[no name] 29-Oct-11 13:45pm
   
Where are you doing this? With XSLT, C#, JavaScript?
lovinlife045 29-Oct-11 23:20pm
   
Hi Mark, It's used in a C# program.

   
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Amir Mahfoozi 30-Oct-11 2:18am
   
+5
[no name] 30-Oct-11 2:54am
   
Thank you Amir. :)
Espen Harlinn 30-Oct-11 12:00pm
   
5'ed :)
[no name] 30-Oct-11 12:51pm
   
Thank you Espen. :)
In addition to other solutions, consider using Html Agility Pack :

http://htmlagilitypack.codeplex.com/[^]
   
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Espen Harlinn 30-Oct-11 12:01pm
   
Interesting link, my 5
Amir Mahfoozi 30-Oct-11 15:08pm
   
Thanks ;)

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