What is an atomic value in XPath?

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Posted On: May 27, 2021

 

An atomic value is a value in or an instance in the value space of an atomic type defined by XML Schema. Atomic values are consists of strings, integers, decimals, dates, etc. and these values are known as atomic because it cannot be subdivided.

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