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In the DOM XPath API the
XPathException interface represents exception conditions that can be encountered while performing XPath operations.
||If the expression has a syntax error or otherwise is not a legal expression according to the rules of the specific
||If the expression cannot be converted to return the specified type.|
|Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 XPath Specification
The definition of 'XPathException' in that specification.