RE: Detecting a closing tag in xslt
XSLT operates on a tree representation of the XML document, in which the nested hierarchic structure implied by the start and end tags is made available as a tree of objects. So a (start, end) tag pair results in the creation of a single element node, and it is that node that your XSLT stylesheet (or more strictly, your XPath expression) sees. Don't think tags, think nodes. What are you trying to achieve? Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Tech Savvy [mailto:tecsavvy@xxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 04 May 2006 15:48 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Detecting a closing tag in xslt > > Hi: > > I have an xml file like this: > > <list1> > > ...... > </list1> > > <graphic> > > </graphic> > > Is there a way to detect the closing tag </list1> in XSLT? > > Thanks in advance
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