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Subject: AW: AW: use preceding element or self
From: "Klocker Christoph" <Christoph.Klocker@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 11:54:37 +0200
xsl preceding element
Tried your expression once more, a bit modified, to exclude the comma:


Works well in the XMLSpy Xpath Evaluator, but Saxon8.2 is not giving me
the right values back.

Seems to be a Saxon issue.


> Actually I need to check first if the par[@class='Komm_H3'] in my
> current <Norm1> has a string right at the beginning of the node(),

That's what the code I posted did:
which reads has a class attribute eqial to 'Komm_H3' and the first text
node is a non-white string.

My question was whether you needed to check that it was uppercase, or
whether you know from the context whether it's uppercase, and whether in
the case that had a comma you just wanted the bit before the comma or
the wwole text node.


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