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Subject: Re: processing multiple values in a single attribute
From: "Matthew L. Avizinis" <mla@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 20:12:12 -0400
Re:  processing multiple values in a single attribute
Sorry, I wasn't referring to my (overly complex) templates, but Ken's.
select="concat(normalize-space(@FAULTS),' ')"
generate in either case string=' ' ?
So wouldn't that meet the test of do-tokens and generate some odd output?
Am I missing something?
Matthew Avizinis

David Carlisle wrote:
>   you had
>   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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