RE: Implementing " and ' in literals
You're saying that a construct like "@comment()" is "total nonsense". I don't think it's any more "total nonsense" than (say) "number('London')" or "/.." is. It's well-defined: it means "find all comment nodes on the attribute axis", and the result is always an empty node-set. And Saxon, at least, implements it correctly and conformantly. Mike Kay > From: Matt Sergeant [mailto:matt@xxxxxxxxxxxx] > > > There aren't _any_ conforming implementations of XPath - > > > anyone who reads the grammar carefully will know what I > mean by that. > > > > Explain please? > > It's the definition of Step (I'm only including the relevant > parts of the grammar): > Which allows for: > > '@' NodeType '(' ')' XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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