RE: Can XSLT remember the occurrence of an element?
> can XSLT remember the occurrence of an element? XSLT is a declarative language, not a procedural one, so there is no notion of time in its processing model. There is no "before" and "after", and therefore no notion of memory. > Any ideas how I could change the xsl to only include *one* > instance of a > contract despite it is *two or more* times called? The problem of eliminating duplicates is generally known as "grouping" and is covered in http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/grouping Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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