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Re: Order of items in current-group()

Subject: Re: Order of items in current-group()
From: "Vladimir Nesterovsky" <vladimir@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 11:32:03 -0800
Re:  Order of items in current-group()
> > Whether the xslt 2.0 spec defines the order of items in sequence 
> > from current-group() function?
> The select attribute of xsl:for-each-group selects a sequence of items, 
> called the population. The order of items in that sequence is called the 

> population order. When forming the groups, the items in the population 
> are examined in population order and then, if they belong to a group, 
> added to a group. So that way the order of items in the population 
> determines the order of items in a group.

Thank you for the prompt response.
Can you please refer to or quote a particular statement from the spec?
Vladimir Nesterovsky

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