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Subject: xsl:sort default
From: John Robert Gardner <jrgardn@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Jul 2000 16:42:03 -0400 (EDT)
xsl sort default
Supposing I had:
	<town name="mytown">
		<street>1st</street>
		<street>Second</street>
		<street>Third</street>
		<street>4th</street>
	</town>

If I ran a sort on the self::text() node of each street (e.g., xsl:sort
select="street::text()"), would I get an order of:

1st
4th
Second
Third

>From all processors?  Cf. Section 10 of the spec . . . I wasn't sure if,
in default ascending mode for xsl:sort what happens with mixed numbers and
text when "data-type" is not declared.

Thanks,
jr

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