RE: sort default
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 The processor is supposed to sort the data in "culturally correct lexicographic order", which I can only interpret as meaning 1st, Second, Third, 4th. But I think you'll find most XSLT processors in this case are culturally incorrect. Essentially it's up to the implementor to decide how much intelligence to put in. (If you see a superscript in the above ordinal numbers, it's Microsoft being excessively culturally correct). Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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