No, variables are immutable. You can try a recursive style where a parameter is recalculated as you recurse. Or if its a matter of end-cases as your example implies you can call a template with a parameter whose value is conditionally specified. Jim. Eric Schenfeld wrote: > > is there a way to change the value of a parameter or a variable after it's been declared? like with an if statement? > > CODE: > > <xsl:param name="color">123456</xsl:param> > <xsl:if test="ancestor::top_bar"> > <xsl:param name="color">ffffff</xsl:param> > </xsl:if> > <xsl:if test="ancestor::bottom_bar"> > <xsl:param name="color">000000</xsl:param> > </xsl:if> > > It doesn't seem to work with variables or parameters. is there some other way? > > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list -- ____________________________________________________________ James Melton CyLogix 609.750.5190 609.750.5100 james.melton@xxxxxxxxxxx www.cylogix.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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