RE: process order (still...)
Mike Brown >So, count(@*) should never vary, but generate-id(@*) in one >implementation might be equal to generate-id(@*) in some other >implementation. I would hope that would fail Mike. An id on an attribute? <q>The generate-id function returns a string that uniquely identifies the node in the argument node-set that is first in document order. </q> I see the param is node-set, so perhaps you are right! I'd love to see that tested :-) >Also, it seems to be complicated by the fact that element >nodes do have a >natural order. Take for example the node-set returned by this XPath >expression for an imaginary XHTML document: "//img/@*" ... Could I be >assured that //img's attribute nodes would come before //img's? Suggest yes because then you are dealing with the in-memory model which should be consistant. Regards, DaveP XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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