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More articles by Srinivas Pandrangi

Author Bio
Srinivas Pandrangi is a software architect at Ipedo Inc. and a member of the W3C XML Query working group, where he is working on the standardization of XQuery. His recent articles have been published in XML Journal and on DevX. You can reach him .
For XML Zone | May 9, 2003
XQuery is still a relatively new and unfamiliar XML-based language, but it offers many possibilities for simplifying tasks that today are difficult or tedious. These five practical scenarios should give you ideas for leveraging XQuery in your own applications.
For XML Zone | October 21, 2002
The XQuery data model recognizes seven types of nodes. Learn how to take advantage of the data model in XQuery expressions
For XML Zone | October 21, 2002
Learn how to use XQuery's FLWR (for, let where, and return) expressions to process and restructure data from one or more documents.
For XML Zone | October 21, 2002
XML blurs the distinctions between databases, documents, and messages, but it needs a powerful and elegant query language to reach its full potential. XPath does not go far enough. XQuery intends to be that language.
For XML Zone | October 21, 2002
Learn to use XQuery conditional and quantified expressions to filter and select data, and to modify query results by including custom functions.
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