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Re: Using XSLT to do a search & replace

Subject: Re: Using XSLT to do a search & replace
From: Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2011 22:41:44 +0100
Re:  Using XSLT to do a search & replace
On 21/04/2011 19:09, Bubba O'Reily wrote:


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]


Just turn each of these rules into an XSLT template rule:

<xsl:template match="para">

<xsl:template match="text">

I've had to make guesses there about what the true requirement is, including whitespace handling.

Michael Kay

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