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Introduction to XQuery

  title={Introduction to XQuery},
  author={Jean-Michel Hufflen},
XQuery is a query language for data stored in XML form. It can be used to search such documents and arrange the result, as an XML structure or a simple text (possibly suitable for a TeX engine). Like XSLT 2.0, it is based on XPath 2.0. We propose an introduction to XQuery, and some comparisons with XSLT allow readers to discern the applications XQuery is suitable for. 
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