Re: how to extract words from a text
I have no idea too, specially on a friday this hour... But maybe this give _you_ something to think about. It's a "word count" method. <xsl:variable name="txt"><xsl:value-of select="text" /></xsl:variable> <xsl:variable name="x" select="normalize-space($txt)" /> <xsl:variable name="y" select="translate($txt, ' ', '')" /> <xsl:variable name="wc" select="string-length($x) - string-length($y) +1" /> so wc (word count) in your example will be 8... And look at substring-after() or substring-before() and a recursive template... Quoting Jan Limpens <jan.limpens@xxxxxxxxx>: > hello again, > > I hope you can help me with this one just as well, as with my other > question today! :) > > i have a xml document > <root> > <text>This is a text, that is a text</text> > </root> > > and I need to extract every word from it - once, ignoring case, and > ordered by ocurrence, stripping 1-2 letter words - to make a meta > keywords tag from it... > > <meta name="keywords" content="text, that, this"/> > > the horror! the horror! I have no idea how to do this! :) > > thanks again! > -- > Jan > http://www.limpens.com > > Otakoo Saloon Cartoon - newest episode at http://limpens.com/oscredirect > > O SAPO ja esta livre de vmrus com a Panda Software, fique vocj tambim! Clique em: http://antivirus.sapo.pt
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