I'm having difficulty parsing an xml file and then searching the tree with xpath.
What am I doing wrong here?
2 from xml.etree.ElementTree import ElementTree
3 tree = ElementTree()
4 myTree = tree.parse('myFile.xml')
7 #error1: AttributeError: _ElementInterface instance has no attribute ' > getroot'
9 for node in myTree.findall('/*/path'):
11 #error2: SyntaxError: cannot use absolute path on element
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