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Subject: Re: Up Conversion - Best Practice
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 21:15:48 +0100
Re:  Up Conversion - Best Practice
> So I probably don't want to concatenate all ten into one line!!

no but you could use concat to do it for you.

On teh other hand it looks like you are parsing <markup> in which case
(if it's xml) you ciuld use saxon:parse (or similar extensions) or you
could use tagsoup as an extension or htmlparse.xsl as a native xslt2
arser for xml or html-ish markup.  (The source for htmlparse.xsl has
some similarly long regexp that are all concatenated.


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