RE: nested XML using xslt
> The trick is to make sure that the first list3 gets closed > after <list4> , and a new <list3> opens after the first closes. It's too late at night for me to understand your problem, but this sentence sounds as if you're approaching it from the wrong angle. Don't think in terms of opening and closing elements. Think in terms of constructing a tree of nodes. Writing an element is an atomic operation, it isn't two separate operations to write the start and end tags. Draw the result tree you want to produce on a scrap of paper - as a tree - and keep it in front of you while coding; don't think about the serialized XML output. Regards, Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ http://twitter.com/michaelhkay
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