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Re: [xsl] bizzare number problem

Subject: Re: [xsl] bizzare number problem
From: tom.kirkpatrick@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 14:42:28 +0000

Well that first post was a very simplified version of the problem at hand. 
I thought it may have to do with the double floating point numbers or 
something like that.

It turns out that the problem was infact with another part of the 
stylesheet. I have no idea which part, but I came up with a fix (as 
detailed in my previous post).

I'm very sorry for confusing you all.

David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
26/01/2005 14:16
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        Subject:        Re: [xsl] bizzare number problem

Clearly no one can run that as they haven't the correct files.
Could you confirm if you do in fact get the behaviour reported in your
first post, namely that executing

<xsl:for-each select = "//entry">
<xsl:value-of select="@number"/><br />


<entry number="20.35">
<entry number="50.95">
<entry number="20.02">
<entry number="1.00">
<entry number="5.22">


- - ./,),(-*,(

That is, if you make a stylesheet with a single template that matches
"/" with template body that for-each, do you get the output that you

If you don't then the problem is with some other part of your stylesheet
that you didn't show.


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