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Re: processing multiple values in a single attribute

Subject: Re: processing multiple values in a single attribute
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 16 May 2009 01:01:24 +0100
Re:  processing multiple values in a single attribute
  you had
  <FAULT-REF FAULTS=" "/> or <FAULT-REF FAULTS=""/>.
  Would you change the templates at all?  If so, how?


Ken's template starts with normalize-space so those would be equivalent
inputs and produce no output, assuming that's what would be required in
that case, the templates wouldn't need to change.

only chage id make would be to simplify the first test

><xsl:when test="not($string = '') and contains($string,' ')">

is

><xsl:when test="contains($string,' ')">


as if $string contains ' ' it can't be ''

David

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