Re: For-each and keys()
When I replied to a post by this person and was really willing to help, he sent me some offlist mails with strange words, which I (probably fortunately) don't understand.
This is when and why I decided not to try to help this person.
Since then (probably over two weeks now) the essential contents of his messages hasn't changed. He does not provide enough information so that a meaningfil problem is precisely formulated -- therefore nobody, even being so extremely kind , tolerant and willing to help as Ken and David are, could help.
I have noticed that the bad examples are among the most useful and instructive ones.
This case is a good illustration why the mailing list guidelines must be followed and what really happens when they are not.
-- Cheers, Dimitre Novatchev --------------------------------------- Truly great madness cannot be achieved without significant intelligence.
On 8/2/06, G. Ken Holman <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
issues.At 2006-08-02 12:06 -0400, Steve wrote: >>Really that's too short, as I'd have to guess the definitions of the >>variables used. Can you not make a small (6 line) input file, and a >>small (complete) xslt file that exhibits the problem that you are >>having, and say what output you want. If you post code that can be >>executed _someone_ on the list will execute it and comment on wha it's >>doing. > >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.
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