Re: [Summary] XML is text-only ... why?
David Carlisle a écrit : >> Am I doing something wrong? > > yes, using the function xs:integer to try to get the integer 32 from a > character with unicode value 32. No : I've never said that I was trying to do such a stupid thing :) The function you are looking for is I'm not looking for that function :) > available in xpath but not called xs:integer it is called > string-to-codepoints which returns (in general) a sequence of integers, > but if as here your string has length 1, you'll get a single integer (32). Even if we are aware of what can do xs:integer and string-to-codepoints, nobody can prevent me to do an application that consider that <x> </x> means that there is an integer inside the x element, taken from the unicode character, even if it is a very stupid idea. -- Cordialement, /// (. .) --------ooO--(_)--Ooo-------- | Philippe Poulard | ----------------------------- http://reflex.gforge.inria.fr/ Have the RefleX !
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