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Re: where did doc-available() come from?

Subject: Re: where did doc-available() come from?
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 13:15:03 -0400
Re:  where did doc-available() come from?
At 2012-05-21 10:08 -0700, you wrote:
In my 2004 version of XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference by Kay, which I've been using for many years, there is no doc-available() function. I have recently seen mention of this function in forums, and it sounded very useful, but it confused me because I'd never heard of it. But in my Kindle version of the same book copyrighted 2008, it has doc-available(). Was this added to the spec between '04 and '08? I've been missing out.

January 2007:


I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . Ken

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