Re: [XSLT2] Some common, generic grouping problems
> You've still got an extra <arbitrary> hanging around in <red> there. er adding [something] to somewhere left as an exercise for the reader;-) > That is of course if I've scaled up the input correctly, no comment > from the OP so far. Yes I was going to mention last night that some of the code made some assumptions that may or may not have been correct about the input. In all cases for example the methods I suggested would be very intollerent of any input that didn't have dark//ligght matching exactly. It would be possible to code it up more defensively to trap such cases and give warnings etc. David
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