Re: Re: How to strip partial text?
On 3/19/06, Gerard Bierens <gerard.bierens@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > The given solutions in the thread did not work for me, I did find > another one which brings me very close to the result I want: How didn't they work? They should've worked for the question you asked.... > http://images.amazon.com/images/P/<xsl:value-of > select="substring(isbn/isbnprim, 6, 10)"/>.01.THUMBZZZ > > This eliminates the first 5 characters, which was what I needed. But > now it turns out that some of the ISBN-numbers are written like this: > ISBN 91-12-304-403-x > > Thus, I need to filter out the '-' and 'x' characters, anyone knows > how to do that? translate() will do that, for example: translate(isbn/isbnprim, '-x', '') However you might want to get rid of all non-numeric characters, in which case replace() is best (in 2.0) or a different translate() in 1.0 It's probably best to fully define the problem first, so you know up front exactly what you need... (rather than tacking on extra parts to an existing solution)
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