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Re: XPath2 preceding / following axis and attributes
Subject: Re: XPath2 preceding / following axis and attributes|
From: Soren Kuula <dongfang@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 11:45:40 +0000
The above says it all. The context node has no descendants, so you canRightie. I think the confusion arose from me forgetting that an
attribute is not a descendant of anything...
shorten the definition a bit: the following axis of an attribute contains
all descendants of the root of the tree (that is, all element, text, comment
and processing instructions in the tree) that occur after that attribute in
document order. Note that this includes the descendants of the attribute's
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