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Construct the absolute xpath (with node position)

Andrew Welch andrew.j.welch at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 10:44:33 PDT 2008


  Construct the absolute xpath (with node position)
> This is assuming that your XQuery processor supports the preceding-sibling
> axis. Officially it's optional, as is the ancestor axis.

! That's interesting...  I guess it makes a lot of XQuery technically
non-portable.

Are there any processors which don't support them?



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