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Text.XML.Cursor.attributeIs:: Name -> Text -> Axis
xml-conduit

Select only those element nodes containing the given attribute key/value pair.

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Text.XML.Cursor.attribute:: Name -> Cursor -> [Text]
xml-conduit

Select attributes on the current element (or nothing if it is not an element). XPath: the attribute axis contains the attributes of the context node; the axis will be empty unless the context node is an element

Note that this is not strictly an Axis, but will work with most combinators.

The return list of the generalised axis contains as elements lists of Content elements, each full list representing an attribute value.

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Text.XML.Cursor.attributeIs:: Name -> Text -> Axis
xml-enumerator

Select only those element nodes containing the given attribute key/value pair.

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Text.XML.Cursor.attribute:: Name -> Cursor -> [Text]
xml-enumerator

Select attributes on the current element (or nothing if it is not an element). XPath: the attribute axis contains the attributes of the context node; the axis will be empty unless the context node is an element

Note that this is not strictly an Axis, but will work with most combinators.

The return list of the generalised axis contains as elements lists of Content elements, each full list representing an attribute value.

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Text.Xml.Lens.attr:: Name -> Traversal' Element Text
xml-html-conduit-lens
No description.
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Text.Xml.Lens.attributed:: Fold (Map Name Text) a -> Traversal' Element Element
xml-html-conduit-lens
No description.
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Text.Xml.Lens.attrs:: IndexedTraversal' Name Element Text
xml-html-conduit-lens
No description.
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