Re: How to pass an XPath as a param and evaluate it?
Andrew Welch wrote: Hi, > in XSLT 3 it's part of the language so just eval() Almost :-) Actually it is xsl:evaluate, which allows more flexibility: you can control the in-scope namespace bindings, the variables in the context, the return type, etc. For instance: <xsl:evaluate xpath="'1 + $i'" as="xs:integer"> <xsl:with-param name="i" select="the/value"/> </xsl:evaluate> Regards, -- Florent Georges http://fgeorges.org/
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