RE: // expanding to descendant-or-self::node()
> I'm not aware of and can't think of any reason > why "//" is defined the way it is other than so that //@* > will work. Can you think of any? It's possible that someone thought it would be a really good idea if //p meant "every paragraph that is the first child of its parent"; but I have no evidence for this, and if they did, then with hindsight they were probably wrong. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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