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Subject: SV: Combine content of separate elements
From: "Per Osnes" <per.osnes@xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 12:06:32 +0100
per osnes
Hi,
I have a follow-up question to Michael's answer/explanation (below).
Is there any difference between these:

a) select="following-sibling::*[self::para|self::para2][1][self::para2]
b) select="following-sibling::*[self::para2][1]

Or rather:
a) the first following sibling that is a para or para2, provided it is a
para2.
b) the first following sibling that is a para2

I try to see the reason for using the first alternative, but am not able
to...

- Per Osnes.



-----Opprinnelig melding-----
Fra: Michael Kay [mailto:mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 

...
select="following-sibling::*[self::para|self::para2][1][self::para2]"/>
...

In English: the first following sibling that is a para or para2, provided it
is a para2.

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