RE: [xsl] XSL equivalent to SQL "unique"

Subject: RE: [xsl] XSL equivalent to SQL "unique"
From: "Xuegen Jin" <xjin_imi@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 19:09:43 -0400
You can use the so-called Muenchian Method to solve your problem. Jeni
Tennison has a very nice explanation about this method on her web site:

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Subject: [xsl] XSL equivalent to SQL "unique"


I've spent some time to figure out an easy way to solve the following
problem and failed, maybe some Guru can give me a clue?

Having XML input like

	<set name="1">
	<set name="2">
	<set name="3">

I need to render a quadratic schema like

		a 	b 	c 	d 	e 	f
	1	v1		v2	v3
	2	v4	v5			v6
	3		v7				v8

in HTML, i.e., I need output like






Of course all dimensions are variable dependand on underlying
data. I thought, the problem boils down to obtaining the a list like


in a variable from the initial input. But I failed to obtain that, though
I'm fairly sure it has to "be there" :-(

Any help?

Thank you very much,

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