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In Re^2: XML parsing and Lists you wrote a query using more than one tagname which appears nowhere in the xml you posted

H5 is not H4, there is no "Part"

$ xmllint.exe --xpath " //Article//Sect//H4[ contains(.,'Include')] /. +.//LI" madbee.xml <LI> <LI_Label>1.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Critera 1</LI_Title> </LI><LI> <LI_Label>2.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Critera 2</LI_Title> </LI><LI> <LI_Label>3.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Critera 3</LI_Title> </LI><LI> <LI_Label>4.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Critera 3</LI_Title> </LI> $ xmllint.exe --xpath " count( //Article//Sect//H4[ contains(.,'Includ +e')] /..//LI )" ma dbee.xml 4 $ xmllint.exe --xpath " count( //H4[ contains(.,'Include')] /..//LI )" + madbee.xml 4 $

My advice is switch to font DejaVu Sans Mono, say size 11 or 12 or 20 , helps with the detailed oriented nature of programming

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what you posted still isn't valid xml -- XML::LibXML rejects it

madbee2.xml:24: parser error : Opening and ending tag mismatch: L line + 7 and Sect </Sect> ^ madbee2.xml:25: parser error : Opening and ending tag mismatch: Sect l +ine 3 and Main </Main> ^ madbee2.xml:26: parser error : Opening and ending tag mismatch: Main l +ine 2 and Article </Article> ^ madbee2.xml:28: parser error : Premature end of data in tag Aritcle li +ne 1 ^

In reply to Re: Counting number of child nodes based on element value (typos) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Counting number of child nodes based on element value by madbee

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