RE: local extremums
> Evgenia, > > It may be more helpful if you were to provide XSLT with your list below. > Part of the difficulty you are having is deciding which nodes you wish to > keep and which nodes to throw out. Unfortunately, the english you have > provided is not precise enough to explain which nodes you are > interested in. Agreed. > However, I would suggest > that if you want to group them, you iterate over the list and add some zeros > in front of your numbers. For example, the first range element has a > Cnt="0". I would iterate over your list and make that number Cnt="000". > And any number less than 100 I would add a single zero. This will make it > easier for the xsl <sort> element as it will group the numbers (0, 2345, > 12, 342, 9) in a strange order (0, 12, 2345, 342, 9). Actually, you don't need to do this. Instead, use the attribute data-type="number" in the <xsl:sort element>. Then the data will be sorted numerically (0, 9, 12, 342, 2345) instead of textually (0, 12, 2345, 342, 9). Lars XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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