Re: Number of scans required ??
Hi David, Thanks a lot for replying. Well i did n't anything wrong while i have written few lines in CAPS. Its just because in my email interface i am not having power editing capabilities to emphasize certain point. It was just for emphasizing few points. If inadvertently it is offending someone I am extremely sorry for that. If i got it properly, you mean to say that once i have written something in the output file i can not come to the point to rewrite something again in the same output file?? So the kind of output I want to obtain is impossible with xsl ? I hope i am not bothering you. Once again i m sorry if my editing offended somebody. Eagerly waiting for reply. Regards Dipesh Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 16:25:16 +0100 From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> Subject: 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 XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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