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RE: Determining the depth of a node

Subject: RE: Determining the depth of a node
From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 08:59:54 -0000
depth of a node

I'm surprised your searches lead you to XQuery, since a solution that works
on all XQuery processors is much harder: XQuery still makes support for the
ancestor axis optional.

Michael Kay

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# Subject:  Determining the depth of a node
# It seems like this question is answered all the time, buy all my searchs
# seem to point me to XQuery and I don't want to use XQuery. In fact, for
# this purpose it would be most convenient to use the MSXSL processor, so we
# are talking XSLT 1.0.
# I have captured a node in an element:
# <xsl:variable name="max-node" select="descendant::*[name()= 'system' or
# name()= 'component'][position()=last()]" />
# Now I need to know the number of ancestors this node has. What XPath
# expression will give me this? Thanks.
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