Subject: Re: [xsl] if a condition is not met From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx> Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 22:16:35 +0200
Michael Kay wrote:
I was thinking in terms of grouping, time arithmetic, min/max...
Indeed and same here.
With the solution of George C. Bina in mind, I wanted to give the XSLT
2.0 approach a new try. Well, it ends up somewhere high in the
obfuscated code bin, I believe. Here's the tree-walking algorithm from
George applied in a single XPath 2.0 expression:
I leave the explanation of this monster as an exercise to the reader ;)
I just wanted to find out whether the OP's request was doable on one
line (and I am sure it can be done more concise and hopefully without
the expensive 'except' operator, I tried '>>' etc, but had some