Re: iterate through nodes and determine output by node
At 01:46 AM 10/2/2007, you wrote:
About my original advice, I really don't know if XSLT 1.1 has dropped the tedious RTF, but if they did, you can use the pipeline technique I presented tp make your overall matching process easier. Otherwise, just as with 1.0, you'll have to resort to node-set extension functions (which can get heavy).
IIRC, XSLT 1.1 included a node-set() function, so you still had to call a function explicitly, it's just that it wasn't an extension function.
Of course, since 1.1 was never approved, node-set() never became an XSLT function. Formally speaking, XSLT 1.1 isn't any sort of "standard". It's safer to regard it as a set of extensions, which overlap in functionality with proprietary and other non-proprietary extensions (EXSLT) and which may or may not happen to have been implemented in any given XSLT engine.
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