Re: Expression Logic Problem
It's not soo wrong ;-) All your statements are correct when using <xsl:value-of select="..."/>. And they were correct if I had used "preceding-sibling::field/@id != @id.
In the example above the node set of all id attributes of all preceding-sibling field elements are compared with the node set of the id attribute of the current node.
It obtains for the usage of not(): it's true if no value in node set 1 is equal to a value in node set 2.
While for != : it's true if one value in node set 1 is not equal to the values in node set 2.
If I'm wrong or unprecise please correct me.
XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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