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Subject: RE: idref()
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 16:11:12 +0100
RE: idref()
Ken H wrote:
>· the idref() function converts each node of its node-set 
>argument into a
>string of whitespace separated tokens and with the resulting union of
>tokens builds a return node set being the set of all element 
>nodes whose
>unique identifier is in the set of tokens 
>· idref(@where) returns the element whose unique identifier is the same
>value as the value of the where= attribute of the current node

yet The WD (xslt) notes an issue:

Issue (id-inverse): Should there be a way to get back from an element to the
elements that reference it (eg by IDREF attributes)?

is the implication that xt does this already?

Regards DaveP

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