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Re: Using XSLT to do a search & replace

Subject: Re: Using XSLT to do a search & replace
From: Brandon Ibach <brandon.ibach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2011 14:17:28 -0400
Re:  Using XSLT to do a search & replace
This sounds like something that would be easy to do with an XSLT
identity transform with a template for each pattern that needs to be
replaced with something else.

However, I don't quite understand the meaning of your examples.  What
do the square brackets mean?  Can you provide a short sample of input
and the corresponding output?

-Brandon :)

On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 2:09 PM, Bubba O'Reily <killswi7ch1@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a XML file that I want to transform. I want to be able to do a
> search & replace on elements in the XML and replace them. For example:
> Replace <para> with [ParaStyle:para]
> Replace <text> with [ParaStyle:text]
> etc...
> I would like to have all the search & replace in one file which is
> called or imported by the main script. Does something like this already
> exist? I've been searching the internet but can't find a nice example.

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