Write context xpath expression
Hello, In XSL 1.0, how can I write out the XPATH expression for the current context? Example: <a> <b> <c /> <c /> <!-- assume this is the context --> <c /> </b> </a> Assuming <c/> is the current context I would like to determine the xpath pattern like this: /a/b/c How is this possible? I get how I could walk parent;;node() but I'd be writing the pattern backwards! Any ideas? Thanks, Karl..
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