RE: Find out the existance of an element between 2 oth
You can reply to the thread by replying to this email. Rather than having us go to the effort of constructing a mental model of your XML, you are much more likely to get a helpful reply if you post a small sample of the XML, saving us the energy of making it up, and therefor giving us more time and thinking cycles to devote to solving the problem. -- Charles Knell cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email -----Original Message----- From: Ed Yau <eyau@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 14:13:26 -0000 To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Find out the existance of an element between 2 others Hi, I'm working with some WordML at present, trying to identify if a page is blank so that I can remove it. Unfortunately, there is no <page> tag, otherwise things would be a lot easier. Instead, pages are delimited using the <w:br> tag. Valid text elements are wrapped in <w:t> tags. What I am trying to express in an Xpath is "Look to see where there are any <w:t> elements containing text between these 2 <w:br>s". I can understand how to see whether there are any <w:t> after a <w:br> using axes. What I don't get is how to tell it that all the <w:t> below the next <w:br> should be excluded. Any thoughts? Cheers, Ed P.s. how do I reply back to this thread afterwards?
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