RE: != vs not(); was Understanding Identity Transfor
> Is this any more clear in XSLT 2.0? It's XPath of course rather than XSLT... the rules haven't changed; though they are now much simpler because in 2.0 everything is a sequence, so you don't have all the special cases for comparing a node-set to a boolean and the like. > I'm thinking of the changes relating to taking the first-node > of a node-set > as the string value? That never applied to operators like "=" and "!=". Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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