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RE: [xsl] position() seems always to be 1
> > Above, the position() returns the context position of the
> > self:node() locations step, and will always return 1; last()
> > will also always return 1 as the context size for self::*
> > will never exceed 1. Thus, the above predicate test will
> > always return true.
> That makes sense, but then why does his test
> > <xsl:when test="self::node()[position()=last()]">
> always return false? 1 = 1, so you would expect the above to
> be true. Yet Steve says that instead of the <xsl:when> clause,
> "it always uses the otherwise" clause.
I must have misread his question then, but the Expression above will always return true.
Jarno - Xorcist: I Just Want to Learn
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