Can I Detect whether a node is *immediately* before th
Hello, I am new :) I have an XSLT query I could not find any solution to elsewhere. I need to know if my context node is *immediately* proceeded by another node of a certain type, in document order. So, ideally the test would return true for: <foo></foo><context>I am here</context> but not for: <foo></foo>some character data<context>I am here</context> Is this possible in XSLT or using a Saxon extension? Have I missed a very simple solution? I would be extremely grateful for any advice! Thanks, Jamie McLaughlin XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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