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Re: Up Conversion - Best Practice

Subject: Re: Up Conversion - Best Practice
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 17:46:42 +0100
Re:  Up Conversion - Best Practice
> Having looked at the text file, I need ten different regular
> expressions to capture the data I require.  

It depends, do for example the tests that match these regexp overlap
and if they do overlap do you need to process them in both blocks, or
just the first (in some ordering) with your example code just nesting
inside non-matching-substring then it appears that they don't overlap,
in which case you can (if you want) concatenate the regexp together
separated by | and just use one regexp and one xsl:analyze-string 
then test inside the xsl:matching-substring which case you are in by
looking which regex-group() are non empty.


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