RE: Profiling Number Ranges
That tokenize function works great and I really like what I see when browsing the Xpath functions. I upgraded to the latest saxon to get some of the 2.0 support and was able to get the code to this point. I tokenize and loop through the SystemLevel attributes (5.1;5.4;6.0) of elements that have it defined, then I do a comparison to find if a given element meets the greater than criteria. It seems like I'm stuck at a place where a variable would need to be set or something because I can't figure out how to display pass through the current node (context item/atomic value), and how to do that only once (not for every compare that meets the criteria). $SystemLevel=5.1+ <xsl:when test="contains($SystemLevel, '+') and @SystemLevel"> <xsl:for-each select="tokenize(@SystemLevel, ';')"> <xsl:if test="number(.) >= number(translate($SystemLevel, '+', ''))"> <!-- if this loop entered I want to keep the element --> </xsl:if> </xsl:for-each> </xsl:when> Then after looking at some of the other Xpath 2.0 functions, I thought maybe using the Max and Min functions on my SystemLevel attributes to then do a compare against the largest number of the group, but I can't seem to figure out how to get my @SystemLevel (5.1;5.4;6.0) in to a the proper format for fn:max()...something like this: <xsl:if test="number(max((translate(@SystemLevel, ';', ',')))) >= number(translate($SystemLevel, '+', ''))"> <!-- if this loop entered I want to keep the element --> </xsl:if> I appreciate all the help. Naomi __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Meet the all-new My Yahoo! - Try it today! http://my.yahoo.com
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