RE: Does a lengthy xpath in the automation script cause slowness?

This question arises in the case of multiple xpath in a script/scripts.
There might be various reasons for the slowness of the automation script execution.
But I would like to know whether lengthy XPATH  adds to the slowness of the script execution.

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I don’t think so.
But you should use lengthy XPATH, because it can change often, and it is not supportable code.
Firepath usually give you not best solution)

Reviewer Answered on July 28, 2015.
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