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Classic ASP xml selectsinglenode using multiple attributes

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set mynode = parnode.selectsinglenode("//Detail[@myattr='value'])
The above works, how can I do the following
set mynode = parnode.selectsinglenode("//Detail[@myattrA='value'] && [@myattrB='value']   )

in other words use multiple attributes?

And how can I do the following with multiple values in one attribute
[@myattr='valueA,valueB']

all using vbscript in classic asp.
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Question by:KeithMcElroy
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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 500 total points
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I am not the best with this but I think just one set of brackets.

set mynode = parnode.selectsinglenode("//Detail[@myattrA='value'  && @myattrB='value']   )
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