Re: Looking for a shorter mapping expression
>>>>> "Dimtre" == Dimtre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx> writes: Dimtre> Even the last E2 in a path expression should evaluate Dimtre> either to a sequence of nodes or a sequence of atomic Dimtre> values, but not a mixture of the two... I find this Dimtre> unreasonably restrictive Is it really so restrictive in practise? Given that E1 must be a node sequence, then even if the restriction were not there, you would still only be gaining functions of type [a] -> [a|b] where a is node() and b is atomic(). Is that so useful? -- Colin Paul Adams Preston Lancashire
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