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Question: In my XML document, some node attributes data contains a backslash (\) character, such as <input msg="Hello \n World"/>. When I try to locate such elements using the XPath expression "//input[@msg = 'Hello \n World']", it does not return any nodes. I am using MSXML 3.0.
Asked By: Girish
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Answer: With MSXML 3.0, for this expre


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