Re: key declarations (using a sequence constructor)
It does, thanks. So what do people usually do when they want to key an element on multiple attributes? Do they just make a string with some kind of separator breaking up the attributes? Isn't there a chance of this failing if the character used for the separator is used in one or more of the attributes?
Do you want one key value that is the concatenation of the two attribute values?
Or do you want each attribute value to serve as a key?
In the latter case you can simply do
In the first case you will need to concatenate with a separator character which you know will not be in any attribute value.
Martin Honnen http://msmvps.com/blogs/martin_honnen/
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