Sequence from String-LiteralMichael Kay mike at saxonica.com
Fri May 11 23:26:05 PDT 2007
> The cases I have seen is where I want to do a quick-and-dirty > parse in XQuery of some textual format so I can get XML to > play with. You can get pretty far with fn:replace, as long > as you can then parse the string into XML at the end of it. That suggests to me a need for something like XSLT's xsl:analyze-string, which allows you to create a tree structure as the result of regex processing. Generating lexical XML and then parsing it seems a bit of a hack. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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