Re: Q - Parsing & Manipulating Strings from XSL
Ok Woah! The decimal-format is a way cool function. (glad I read through this)... I was about to suggest the old trick: add 10000 to your number and right trim by 4. Karl.. On 5/30/05, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > Is there way to do this in pure XSLT instead of Xquery ?? > > Of course. Just replace > > let $x := EXPR > > and > > declare variable $x := EXPR > > by > > <xsl:variable name="x" select="EXPR"/> > > and replace > > "return X" by > > <xsl:value-of select="X"/> > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/ > > > > > > You've got a choice between using numeric arithmetic or > > duration arithmetic. > > > It's probably cleanest to use duration arithmetic though > > it's a bit verbose. > > > > > > declare variable $one-minute := xdt:dayTimeDuration('PT1M') > > > > > > then > > > > > > let $time := xs:integer(JrnyTm) * $one-minute, > > > $hours := hours-from-duration($time), > > > $minutes := minutes-from-duration($time) > > > return > > > concat($hours, ' hrs ', $minutes, ' minutes ') > > > > > > > Regards, Ahsan
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