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Subject: Non-existing node
From: "Casadome, Francisco Javier" <Francisco.Casadome@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 07:48:35 +0200
 Non-existing node
Hi *,

I have a (stupid?) question:

What is returned when you try to reach a node that doesn't exist ?
Imagine the simplest xml possible:


what I would like to know is what value is returned if I try to reach some
node inside the xml, thus is:

<xsl:if test="SomeNode=Whatever">

What is the "Whatever" compared to ?

Thanks in advance,

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