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RE: [xsl] Comparisons

Subject: RE: [xsl] Comparisons
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 22:28:01 -0000

It's not a good idea to address the question to me in person: you get no
guarantee of a response from me, and you reduce the chance of getting a
response from anyone else.

I'm afraid I can't work out from this description what you're trying to do,
or what you are doing wrong. It's a good idea to include a simplified input
document, the result you want to get from your transformation, and your
current attempt. Even if you know your current attempt is completely wrong,
it helps others see where you've misunderstood the language specification.

Michael Kay

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marcos Hercules Sant [mailto:mhercules@xxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: 16 January 2005 21:02
> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [xsl] Comparisons
> Hi, Michael Kay  
>  I'm working with  two files that compares one another, my principal 
> file works with bibliographics references and I'm trying to do a
> statisticall by year of kind of used material(books, review, CDs,
> etc), part of my file seems like this:
> <references>
>    <reference>
>                 <isbn>31316563-xx<isbn>
>                 <title>ksksk</title>
>                <author>Kruscher, John</author>
>                <type>book</type>
> </reference>
> When I do the comparison for type it returns a wrong countings, 
> when I use isbn to book and ISSN to reviews it brings me the 
> right countings.
>  I've got get the counting for CDs and others , but these don't have a
> Standard
> Number .
> My question  Is there any other way to comparing these elements, a
> function,... anything ?
> Marcos Hercules

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