Subject: Re: RE: Re: [xsl] Getting desired node on template match|
From: "alex ek" <alexek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 23 Sep 2002 14:58:55 -0000
> I have solved my problem my self . It took a whole day but now i
> have solved it and it is working fine. It took a lot of reading
> but at the end i felt that you have not given answer . and it was
> beneficial for me as i tried a little more .
> Thanks for writing something like
> >Did you actually write anything of the rest of the code you
> as it made me to do something and prove to you that i can do
> something may be not as knowledgable as u but a little bit can
I think whenever there is a call for more information, or perhaps comment,
its an honest attempt at
solving a problem ( or directing the person to the correct resource, in your
case a book / faq ); and if u ask for help ( at least when I do )...dont
expect it in the form you want it....
so now that you have answered your question why don't you share your
solution ( and prove that it aint so FAQ ) so all of us can benefit ? or
maybe you have unsubscribed from this surly list ?
cheers, jim fuller
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