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Re: Nested list, from flat to structure

Subject: Re: Nested list, from flat to structure
From: Martin Honnen <Martin.Honnen@xxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2011 15:49:24 +0100
Re:  Nested list
Kjellaug Johansen wrote:

I have this input-XML:

<lnum1>list 1 A</lnum1>
<lp1>list 1 A paragraph</lp1>
<lnum1>list 1 B</lnum1>
<lnum2>list 2 A</lnum2>
<lnum2>list 2 B</lnum2>
<lp2>list 2 paragraph</lp2>
<lnum2>list 2 C</lnum2>
<lnum1>list 1 C</lnum1>

Is lnum1 and lnum2 all there can be or could there be an arbitrary depth (e.g. lnum3, lnum4) you need to handle?

And I want this output:

		<p>list 1 A</p>
		<p>list 1 A paragraph</p>
		<p>list 1 B</p>
				<p>list 2 A</p>
				<p>list 2 B</p>
				<p>list 2 paragraph</p>
				<p>list 2 C</p>
		<p>list 1 C</p>

I've tried many different approches. I did come up with a solution for
all the elements starting with 'lnum', it worked well, but the elements
with 'lp' did confuse me. Anyone with an advice or solution?

First question with stuff like that is whether you want to use XSLT 2.0 or 1.0?


	Martin Honnen

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