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Re: [xsl] RE: The pipe '|' operator: Does it mean Or or Union?


Subject: Re: [xsl] RE: The pipe '|' operator: Does it mean Or or Union?
From: eoghan <eoghan@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 17:10:12 +0000

Can i get a link to the faq please?


kakridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:


Found this in the Dave Pawson's FAQ, so please disregard.

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Subject: The pipe '|' operator: Does it mean Or or Union?


I've noticed the the Muenchian method uses '|' and that everyone refers
to this as a Union.  However, I also read that this

<xsl:template match="foo | foobar">

means to match the foo OR foobar elements.  Does the definition of the
operator change based on the application?


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