RE: XSLT 2.0/XPath 2.0 Date arithmetic
> In this case, you might also write your function to emit some > kind of error condition if the incoming string is not in the > right form. You can always do <xsl:message terminate="yes">. One thing I've done occasionally is to define a union type that allows xs:date or **error** as its member types. That's a bit cumbersome though. Really, XSLT needs a proper exception handling mechanism built in to the language. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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