Re: Simple Question concerning [last()]
> I thought the XPath ".//x[last()] should return the last x-Element in > document order. the last descendent would be ./descendent::x[last()] or (.//x)[last()] .//x is ./descendent-or-self::node()/x so ./x[last()] is ./descendent-or-self::node()/x[last()] and selects every x that is the last x child of its parent. > Changing the selection to > ".//x returns nothing at all! That selects evy x that is teh second x child of its parent. > Is this a bug in the mentioned XSLT processors or have I missed something? the latter. David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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