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RE: Making sorted balanced two-column tables from one-column

Subject: RE: Making sorted balanced two-column tables from one-column data fro m unsorted data
From: Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 09:58:33 +0100
xsl sorted list columns
> I am trying to create a two column table from unsorted data.
> ...
> Anybody know of a way to create a sorted list of nodes and be 
> able store in a variable for later use?
You can store the sorted list in a variable of type result-tree-fragment
without difficulty, as your code shows, but if you want to do further
processing on it you have to convert the r-t-f to a node-set, which can't be
done in standard XSLT. Saxon, xt, and MSXML3, however, provide mechanisms to
do this.

Mike Kay 

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