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Re: Best way of testing Hexadecimal value [xslt 1.0]

Subject: Re: Best way of testing Hexadecimal value [xslt 1.0]
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 13:39:17 +0100
Re:  Best way of testing Hexadecimal value [xslt 1.0]
On 26/08/2010 13:21, pankaj.c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

please don't take things off list

. = '& # x 2 0 2 2 ;'

You mean with spaces. If that is the case I didn't knew about it.

No I put in spaces to make sure it showed up (sorry, I should have said) some mail readers try to be "clever" and replace character references by the character.


Do you mean<xsl:when test="number(.)=number(.)">
could you be more clear about this?


<xsl:when test="number('12')=number('12')">
is true, because the string '12' casts to a number.

<xsl:when test="number('xy')=number('xy')">
is false as the string 'xy' casts to the special value NaN which is not equal to anything, even itself.


<xsl:when test="number(.)=number(.)">

is true just if the string value of the current node is the lexical form of a number.

Thanks in advance.



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