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Re: (correction) differences between x != 0 and

Subject: Re: (correction) differences between x != 0 and not(x = 0)
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 15:20:11 +0100
Re:  (correction)   differences between x != 0 and
> That is, when ALL nodes have value of 0, I have to do something

test="not(row/x ! =0)"

> and when at least one x has a value different from 0

test="row/x ! =0"

> I want to use <xsl:if>, not <xsl:choose>

why? that means you have to do thw same test twice, rather than just
doing it once and using xsl:otherwise for the other case.


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