Re: how can I get the subelement

Subject: Re: how can I get the subelement
From: sally <lsui@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 11:41:10 -0800
I just don't want the output

if the element is an end-element(that is, the element have no child element), then
I want it output nothing, so do you know how can I get it?



David Carlisle wrote:

> > It just strange
> what's strange? You get the output that I'd expect.
> You get the same result from your stylesheet as you'd get from a
> stylesheet that had no templates at all, ie the result of the default
> templates which just give you the character data from the input.
> You wrote
> <xsl:template match="//author/*" >
> It is always redundent to start a match with //.
> so that is equivalent to
> <xsl:template match="author/*" >
> which is the template that matches any child element of an author
> element. But your author elements don't have element children
> just text. So your styleheet effectively has no templates.
> I don't know what you are trying to achieve, so not sure what
> you do want instead of this.
> David
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