Fwd: Re: Complex expression
Andrew, So you are saying that to determine the Type of the Cell [named "Start_Date"], I need to use: sht:Cell[sht:Name="Start_Date"]/@ValueType. I also looked at not() vs. != in "Beginning XSLT" book and if I understand correctly, it is better to use not() in my case (for comparison true for any node), so it boils down to using: <xsl:when test='not(sht:Cell[sht:Name="Start_Date"]/@ValueType = 'DATE')' >... Do you agree ? Thank you, Oleg. On 3/16/06, andrew welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 3/16/06, Oleg Konovalov <olegkon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Are these 2 expressions equal (if not, please explain): > > sht:Cell[sht:Name="Start_Date"]/@ValueType and > > sht:Cell/sht:Name[.="Start_Date"]/@ValueType > > no, the former looks for @ValueType on sht:Cell and the latter on sht:Name... > > Sorry I hit "reply" instead of "reply to all" on the last mail, we > really should keep this on list
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