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Re: Finding nodes between other nodes

Subject: Re: Finding nodes between other nodes
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 14:49:47 +0100
Re:  Finding nodes between other nodes
On 23/04/2010 14:39, Nic Gibson wrote:
I'm trying to find all processing instructions that occur between the current
node (which will always be a text node in this case) and the next text node
(in document order).

to write this in the most direct (perhaps not most efficient) way

following:processing-instruction()[preceding::text()[1] is current()]


following:processing-instruction() except


xsl:variable name="next" select="following::text()[1]"

following:processing-instruction()[. &lt;&lt; $next]



you could probably make it quicker using keys, or by using following-sibling rather than following (if that is safe in your context)


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