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Re: [xsl] Does the count() function require access to the whole subtree?


Subject: Re: [xsl] Does the count() function require access to the whole subtree?
From: Piotr Bański <bansp@xxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 22:49:23 +0100

But nodes don't nest, subtrees do. Those subtrees have minimally a root node, and are sometimes identified with that root node, metonymically. But to speak of a node nested inside another... urgle. Sounds wrongish.

Same thing about containment, of course.

Best,

P.

On 14/01/14 22:20, Costello, Roger L. wrote:
I vote for "nested".

Sample usage:

	//x is a "crawling" expression - one that selects
	nodes which may nest inside one another.

/Roger


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