Re: Difference in priority of node() and *
Thanks David for interesting perspective. Kindly see my few remarks below ... On Feb 16, 2008 6:46 PM, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > foo[x=1] is clearly more specific than foo[x > 0] but they have the same > default priority. node() and * having the same priority is no different. foo[x=1] and foo[x > 0] are semantically same. I certainly think, that default priority of these patterns should be same. = and > are two relational operators, and I think, that this fact makes the default priority of these two patterns same. To my opinion, the case of * and node() is a bit different than the foo[.. example you gave. But certainly, the world is safe, and can live with the current status of default priorities. And I won't argue much about it. -- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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