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Subject: Are these two the equivalent?
From: "Nicholas Waltham" <info@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 14:25:29 +0200
equivalent edt
Hello All,
I have two ways of what I think should achieve the same result

Example 1 gives me what I want, Example 2 does not. To me they are the
same...If they are different, could someone explain to me why the second
does not give me what I want.

Thanks in advance,
Nicholas Waltham




Example 1:
<xsl:template
match="p[@style='L1'][preceding-sibling::p[last()][@style='L1']|preceding-si
bling::p[last()][@style='L2']|preceding-sibling::p[last()][@style='L3']]">
<xsl:apply-templates/>
</xsl:template>

Example 2:
<xsl:template
match="p[@style='L1'][preceding-sibling::p[last()][@style='L1'|@style='L2'|@
style='L3']]">
<xsl:apply-templates/>
</xsl:template>



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