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Subject: Re: Number of scans required ??
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 16:25:16 +0100
Re:  Number of scans required ??

> and I have to write the column name in 
> between the two columns which i have already written,

XSLT is not a file editor, you specify the entire output document
you can not specify incremental changes.

It's not normmly considered polite to type in all caps..


> how...but i will try if that is possible). then i have to write the data 
> accordingly. i mean for the first two rows i dont have to write in column two 
> i have to leave blank there with seperators only. by any chance i can come to 
> know about this ?? similarly when i get the next two rows where there is the 
> fourth column i will have to write data in all the four columns.

In XSLT you process the _entire_ input before starting the transfomation
so it's not a matter of "comming to" data after you have produced any
output.

David

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