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Question on XPath and XML File

Question on XPath and XML File

(OP)
I am using XPath to parse a large ACORD XML file and have the following line of code:

...
...
Doc.SetProperty "SelectionLanguage", "XPath"
For Each XXXXX In Doc.SelectNodes("/TXLife/xx/xx[@AppliesToPartyID = 'INS_1_L98047']")
...
...

My question is, I need to substitute a variable e.g. varC that would equal 'INS_1_L98047' instead of placing the literal in the code and I cannot figure out the syntax to get it to work.  Any ideas or assistance on this would be appreciated.

RE: Question on XPath and XML File

(OP)
I have discovered the correct syntax.  What worked for me is:  

Doc.SetProperty "SelectionLanguage", "XPath"
For Each XXXXXX In Doc.SelectNodes("/TXLife/xx/xx[@AppliesToPartyID = '" & varC & "']")

RE: Question on XPath and XML File

You helped me in parsing my ACORD XML file. Thanks mate.

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