RE: Can I access the children by their Index?
sorry all, thought my original request might confuse. Time for more illustration. My XML (the part we're interested in anyway) looks like this: <ESTIMATEDATA> <SALES name="Sales" grade="none">***.*</SALES> <PROFIT name="Profit" grade="none">**.*</PROFIT> <EPS name="EPS" grade="none">**.*</EPS> <CFPS name="CFPS" grade="none" /> <DPS name="DPS" grade="none">**.**</DPS> <PE name="P/E Ratio" grade="none">**.*</PE> <DIVCOVER name="Div Cover" grade="none">*.*</DIVCOVER> <DIVYIELD name="Yield" grade="none">*.*</DIVYIELD> <PEG name="PEG Factor" grade="none" /> </ESTIMATEDATA> Now I want to set up a function that will loop 9 times, and then retrieve the value of that child node. I don't want to refer to each child by their name, as this would mean getting rid of the loop and having nine table rows. There must be a way of accessing CFPS without calling it by name. So again, can I get the value of CFPS by doing something like: xsl:value-of select="../../../ESTIMATEDATE/child(4)/@name" Anyone had this problem? Thanks if you know Daniel. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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