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RE: Indexing Tree Elements

Subject: RE: Indexing Tree Elements
From: Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2000 16:26:17 +0100
RE: Indexing Tree Elements
> Thanks for your help, Mike.  By 'indexing' I just meant 
> something like:
> 	if (node[$i] == node[$i-1]) then....
You can index into any node-set. Take care with the equality operator ("="),
it compares the string-value of the nodes, not their identity. And the "-"
in the above is a hyphen, not a subtraction operator. So the likely syntax
is something like:

<xsl:if test="$node[$i] = $node[$i -1]">

Mike K

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