RE: Up Conversion - Best Practice
> in which case you can (if you want) concatenate the regexp together > separated by | and just use one regexp and one xsl:analyze-string then > test inside the xsl:matching-substring which case you are in by looking > which regex-group() are non empty. Here is one of my regular expressions which is capturing 13 groups. <xsl:analyze-string select="$input-file" regex="<body><tab>(.*?)?<tab>(.*?)\(([a-z]+)\.([a-z]+) \.([0-9]+) ex (.*?)<enr>(.*?)\)([0-9, ]+)?<tab>([0-9]+)<tab>([0-9]+)<tab>([0-9]+)<tab> ([0-9]+)<tab>([0-9]+)$"> So I probably don't want to concatenate all ten into one line!! Any other suggestions? Kind regards. -- Kevin
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