What is the difference between / and // in XPath?
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The following are the differences between ‘/’ and ‘//’ in XPath Expressions:
- > First Difference
- – If the XPath Expression which you have created for locating the element is starting with ‘/’ is known as Absolute XPath
- – If the XPath Expression which you have created for locating the element is starting with ‘//’ is known as Relative XPath
- > Second Difference
- – ‘/’ in an XPath Expression searches for the immediate child node while locating the web elements on the page
- – ‘//’ in an XPath Expression searches for the immediate and next level child nodes while locating the web elements on the page
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