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Re: Muenchian method, and keys 'n stuff

Subject: Re: Muenchian method, and keys 'n stuff
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 12:35:15 -0500
iterate alphabet

Another way would be to hardcode your alphabet as a set of nodes in your stylesheet:

<my:alphabet xmlns:my="my.com">
  <!-- etc. -->

<xsl:variable name="alphabet" select="document('')/*/my:alphabet/l"/>

Then just iterate over these, or iterate over the nodes you already have with a test whether its initial letter (normalized) is = $alphabet.

It may be a little less cumbersome than recursion.


At 08:51 AM 1/22/02, Jeni wrote:
I'd just iterate over the alphabet held in a string, with a recursive
template. It starts off with the whole alphabet and gradually whittles
it down letter by letter until there's no alphabet left

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