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From Oleg <ovarak...@googlemail.com>
Subject Query property constraints - How can I join multiple logical operators in any order?
Date Mon, 16 Nov 2009 09:44:30 GMT


What for brackets are allowed in the property constraints to separate
logical operators? I want to build e.g. following query statement:

//*[(@a = 'value1' and @b = 'value2' or @c = 'value3') and (@d = 'value4' or
@e = 'value5')]

Is the syntax with round brackets correct? I known that AND has more
strength than OR and some brackets are needed sometimes for the right query
expression. Right?

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