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Re: Test For Numeric Values?

Subject: Re: Test For Numeric Values?
From: James Fuller <jim.fuller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 09:23:37 +0200
james fuller
Michael Kay wrote:

>>Test Element
>><xsl:if test="number(test)">
>>test is a number
>>Test Attribute
>><xsl:if test="number(test/@test)">
>>test attribute is a number
>That tests whether it's a non-zero number, which isn't what was asked for.
I think his requests were not so specific...I would still advise people
use this, makes xsl code *much* more readable, and all one has to do is
avoid using 0, which yes is a real number...and its an old habit of mine
to avoid using tests on the number 0.

--Jim Fuller

>Michael Kay

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