Re: Hexadecimal Arithmetic
Maulik - It gets a little ugly, but what follows converts from hex to dec, does the operation, then converts back. As an aside, I've never had the need to look before now, but I didn't find an operator for n to the x power (generally n^x) ... am I missing it somewhere in the specs or does it actually not exist? If one exists, this can be slightly simplified by removing that recursive template. This would probably be quite a bit less verbose with a hook into an extension function also, but until those are standardized in 1.1 I'll stick with this. Hope this helps! -Nate >Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2000 09:45:05 -0500 >From: "Maulik Modi" <mxmodi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> >Subject: Hexadecimal Arithmetic > >Hi, > >I have the following snippet of my XML data: ><root> ><parent level="1"> ><child1>some text</child1> ><child2>some more text</child2> ><parent> ><parent level="2"> ><child1>text</child1> ><child2>different text</child2> ></parent> >.... ></root> > >I want to present this in a table and that's done. Now I want to color code each > table row depending on the value of the "level" attribute. That's done. Now I >want to give each row a different gradient of the same color depending on the >value of the "level". The value of the level ranges from 1-10. I wanted to take >this and use >it with hexadecimal arithmetic. Does anyone know how? > >I am getting greedy now, but it would be really nice if I could do this >dynamically as I foresee that my XML data will not be static. > >Any help is appreciated. > >Maulik XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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