Re: Newbie Q - transformation
thanks for all the replies. The sample solution does somewhat I wanted but I think I need to read up more on xslt for my overall solution. Thanks, John On 8/26/07, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > how can I transform this: > > > > <a/> > > <plus/> > > <b/> > > > > to this: > > <plus> > > <a/> > > <b/> > > </plus> > > To give you a sensible answer, one has to extrapolate from this example to > ask what other possible inputs you might encounter and how you would want to > handle them. For example, would you want to transform > > <a/><plus/><b/><times/><c/> > > into > > <plus><a/><times><b/><c/></times></plus> > > If that's the case, then your problem is basically equivalent to that of > writing a recursive descent parser. > > So I think we need a more complete spec of the problem. > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/
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