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Re: Need to fill in number of output nodes...

Subject: Re: Need to fill in number of output nodes...
From: Steve Freeman <smfreeman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 11:33:14 -0400
steve freeman
Bingo! That's just what I needed. Thanks, David.


David Carlisle wrote the following on 9/11/2003 10:35 AM:

One way, that you alluded too is to do a second pass on at least that
part of the document, using xx:node-set() then you can just use count().

If that is not a suitable method, the elements generared must be a
function of the input documents, so in principle you should be able to
work out the number that are generated as a function of teh same input,
but without knowing any details of your transformation it's impossible
to say what that function is.


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