How to select an Object by its class in Selenium?

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There is a web page with a form embedded which has a field that uses jquery autocomplete function:

imageThe HTML which is rendered after a user name returns 1 or more results looks like below. But, I'm not able to figure out the way to "click".

imageWill jQuery type selector work is this case:

$(".ul.ui-autocomplete li:first a")
Apr 13, 2018 in Selenium by kappa3010
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When it comes to Selenium, XPath will definately locate the element. The below code should work. Plz verify though.

xpath=//li[contains(@class, 'ui-autocomplete')]/li[1]/a
answered Apr 13, 2018 by king_kenny
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