Re: For-each and keys()
> I suppose I can't believe that you'd actually make use of anything if > you're unwilling to test code because the document() was capitalized > when it was copied to this list. I think the archives of the list will show otherwise. It wasn't just that it's capitalised, I have no idea what your input looks like given that you clearly state that > Disabilities is not the top-level of that document. That is what I meant. yet the sample input that you posted was XML below <disabilities> with (lowercase) disabilities as the top level element, and the code apparently expected that .... $Definitions/disabilities">... The xsl-list guidelines, posted only yesterday say - Illustrating your question with a demonstration of the problem. Well-composed questions frequently include a small XML sample, an XSLT stylesheet, the results received, and the result that was desired - all in miniature, to make it comprehensible to readers new to your problem. (It is also not uncommon to discover what a problem actually is in the process of reducing it to an illustrative version.) David
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