RE: characters in xsl
> '//stone' is a 'better match' in the sense that it is more > specific. It will not match the root > element if its name would be stone. Wrong. In XSLT 1.0, and in 2.0 with a tree that has a document node as its root, match="//stone" matches exactly the same elements as match="stone". There's a slight difference in 2.0: match="//stone" will only match a stone element that belongs to a document tree. Michael Kay
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