Re: [xsl] variable and html code

Subject: Re: [xsl] variable and html code
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 11:53:09 +0100

<xsl:param name="pos">1</xsl:param>

that doesn't make $pos the number 1 it makes it a result tree fragment
consisting of a root node with a child text node with string value "1".
(_why_ do people keep using xsl:param and xsl:variable with content,
this seems to come up every day)

If it has the above value then [$pos] is the same as ['1']  which is teh
same as [true()] which is not what you want.


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