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RE: [xsl] xsl:if with "and' in test expression triggers error whe n running in xslt 2.0 mode?
Subject: RE: [xsl] xsl:if with "and' in test expression triggers error whe n running in xslt 2.0 mode?|
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 13:55:39 +0100
> Given this, the fact that you're getting an error highlights for you
> the fact that in XSLT 1.0 you're only testing the first of the rows
> for content whereas you actually want to test if "all the cells are
> empty" or, in other words, if any of the cells has content. For the
> test to succeed when any of the $rows has content, you should use:
> count($rows) = 3 and $rows[normalize-space(.)]
Curious about that last one Jeni.
Implies that the formatter iterate over the $rows sequence normalising
as if there had been a for .... statement, then apply 'or' function to the
Is that right please?
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