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How to identify this button in C#:

 <button class="reward_link_redeem_button_style" onclick="RedeemRPProduct('free_points_1')">REDEEM</button>
 <button class="reward_link_redeem_button_style " onclick="RedeemRPProduct('free_points_50')">REDEEM</button>

But there are like 4 buttons called equal, and to differentiate them you need the ('free_points_1') as well as ('free_points_10'), etc.

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  1. Using CSS selector

    .reward_link_redeem_button_style
    

    OR

    button[class='reward_link_redeem_button_style']
    
  2. Using xpath

    //button[contains(.,'REDEEM')]
    

    OR

    //button[contains(@onclick,'RedeemRPProduct')]
    

Update

As per recent update content. You can locate the element using onclick attribute as it make the element unique. Use below xpath :

//button[contains(@onclick,'free_points_50')]
  • But there are like 4 buttons called equal, and to differentiate them you need the ('free_points_1') as well as ('free_points_10'), etc. – Gabriel Lugo Oct 6 '18 at 16:49
  • Can you update the question with some more HTML code so I can help you out – NarendraR Oct 6 '18 at 16:50
  • Try this //button[contains(@onclick,'free_points_50')] make sure you have passed correct number – NarendraR Oct 6 '18 at 18:49
  • @GabrielLugo, I have updated the answer as per your update.If this answer is helpful for you then please accept so it can be helpful for other. Have some other queries then please post. thanks – NarendraR Oct 9 '18 at 7:15
  • You can still use CSS instead of xpath: "button[onclick='RedeemRPProduct('free_points_50')']" – Moro May 8 at 8:26

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