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Re: save elments to an array and use later

Subject: Re: save elments to an array and use later
From: henry human <henry_human@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 10:22:12 +0000 (GMT)
Re:  save elments to an array and use later
thanks Martin
Now what if the conditon to save those elements is a little
test = 'A' and element1 = 'F' or test1 = 'A' and element2 = 'F' or test3 = 'A'
and element3 = 'F' .....

Martin Honnen <Martin.Honnen@xxxxxx> schrieb
am 11:04 Dienstag, 3.Dezember 2013:
henry human wrote:

> I want to save
specific child elements from the xml below to an array element and later loop
over the array.
> For example the element I am interested in is those with
> Any suggestion?
> Thanks
> <root>
>      <child>
>      <station>B</station>
>      <test>C</test>
>   <child>
>      <transfer>N</transfer>
>      <station>I</station>
>      <test>A</test>
> </child>
>   <child>
>      <transfer>F</transfer>
>      <test>M</test>
> </child>
>   <child>
>      <station>B</station>
>      <test>P</test>
>   <child>
>      <transfer>H</transfer>
>      <station>G</station>
>      <test>A</test>
> </child>
> </root>

/root/child[test = 'A'] gives you
the elements, if you want to store 
them use

<xsl:variable name="v1"
select="/root/child[test = 'A']"/>

in XSLT. The value of the variable is a
node set (XSLT 1.0) or sequence 
(XSLT 2.0) of `child` elements. XSLT does not
have arrays.

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