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RE: Converting logical <em>s to physical <i>s (nesting

Subject: RE: Converting logical <em>s to physical <i>s (nesting problem)
From: "Magnus Henriksson (EMW)" <Magnus.Henriksson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 10:59:49 +0100
magnus xsl
> How can I convert <em>s to <i>s, such that "nested" <em>s are either 
> italic or not italic as appropriate?  That is, I want
>    <em>This is <em>emphasised</em>!</em>
> to be converted into
>    <i>This is </i>emphasised<i>!</i>

This is perhaps not the most beautiful solution, but it might spark a few ideas:

<xsl:template match="em/text()">
    <xsl:when test="count(ancestor::em) mod 2 = 1">

// Magnus

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