Re: Process only nodes on a special axis
At 02:52 PM 8/16/2006, you wrote:
I created a quick and dirty picture about the elements I want to have. You can have a look at it here:
I'm afraid it doesn't, unfortunately. It's still not clear why "Lichtausschnitt" and "li" are outermost, but "1,985" is not. If the last-mentioned is not outermost due to the existence of its children, one would expect "li" to be excluded as well, no?
I will restart experimenting with my named template which calls itself recursively. But this time I'm going to integrate your expression because I think that it be very useful for me :-)
Cool, but we're still mystified at this end. :->
For graph-examination problems, we often find complex recursion, pipelining or the introduction of yet-more-powerful methods such as FXSL is called for; but without a clear definition of the problem, it can hardly be solved.
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