Re: More XSL Discussion
| - it imposes a requirement that the start and end tags be balanced. This is | extremely restrictive: for example if you have two patterns, one for the | first element of a group and the other for the last element in a group, you | cannot generate a opening <UL> tag in the first and a closing </UL> in the | second. I'm having a hard time constructing an example where I'd want to do this. Are you think of a case like this: <para>...</para> <para>...</para> <para type="startoflist">...</para> <para>...</para> <para>...</para> <para type="endoflist">...</para> <para>...</para> <para>...</para> Where you're trying to transform the four paragraphs in the middle into an HTML UL? Or something else? Cheers, norm -- Norman Walsh <nwalsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> | In science, "fact" can only mean Senior Application Analyst | "confirmed to such a degree that ArborText, Inc. (www.arbortext.com) | it would be perverse to withhold 413.549.3868 Voice/FAX | provisional assent." I suppose | that apples might start to rise | tomorrow, but the possibility | does not merit equal time in | physics classrooms.--Stephen J. | Gould">In science, "fact" can | only mean XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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