David Carlisle wrote: > me> xsl:value-of returns the string value of an element, and that isn't > me> obtainable from xsl:sequence (without doing a lot of work that the > me> system has already done) > > Do you mean that in "to/an/element/string()", > hey that's cheating:-) I'm not sure about the meaning of this word, but after what I saw on the web, it is not very good :-). It seems there is a meaning of "fraud" here. Really, I wondered if there was something I missed because of the "(without doing a lot of work that the system has already done)". But once again, it seems we are agree :-). Regards, --drkm ___________________________________________________________________________ Dicouvrez un nouveau moyen de poser toutes vos questions quelque soit le sujet ! Yahoo! Questions/Riponses pour partager vos connaissances, vos opinions et vos expiriences. http://fr.answers.yahoo.com
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