Is there any way of locating elements based on the text in XPath?

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Is there any way of locating elements based on the text with XPath in Selenium Webdriver?
Jun 21 in Selenium by Angad
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Hey Angad, for locating elements based on text, you can use the text() method. Following expression will get elements that have text nodes that equal ‘Apple':

xPath usage = //*[text()='Apple']
answered Jun 23 by Ishad

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