Hi,

I think it's not possible. The only way to get the attributes is to use
get_attributes function.

If you want to use XPath expressions so you must use XSLT to extract the
data and generate HTML.

Serge.

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> Hello everybody.
>
> First of all I want to thank everybody who had a hand in writing this very
> nice object.
> I am wondering if there is a shortcut way to handle attributes.
>
> Right now I am calling the attributes function and getting an array but I
> want to use an expression like "//somepath/something/@someattribute"


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