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Re: n-nodes recursive tree
Subject: Re: n-nodes recursive tree|
From: Paul DuBois <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 11:40:59 -0600
At 17:05 +0100 11/28/03, Dimitre Novatchev wrote:
> In effect, i will never know the max number of levels in tree node, and so
i'd like to obtain an html file formated with xsl and wich looks like that:
So what is this supposed to mean? The number of dashes doesn't seem to be
related to the depth of the corresponding node -- e.g. both 5 and 7 have
four dashes, but the node with <id>7</id> is a child of the node with
You cannot expect to get any meaningful help by only providing a (puzzling)
picture of what you think you want to get as result. This picture can be
produced in many ways that are not at all related and dependent on the
source xml document.
Jerónimo, you might want to clarify.
I agree a better specification would be helpful, but it looked to me like
nothing more than a problem of indenting according to the depth of nesting
of <node> elements (that is, indenting according to count(ancestor::node) or
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