Subject: Re: [xsl] generic grid|
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 12:10:17 -0300
So Jon, Thanks a lot again. Perfect you example. That's it. So sorry my initial confusion. Have a nice day.
Thanks for responding.
So, I didn't clear enough with my my question.
So let's go to the specific point. May I use arrays pass by parameters in my
Your questions seem to break down in to pretty simple ones that are well-covered in both the archives and in the faq for the list. You want a) to pass in a parameter that is comma-deliminated/array and b) process this list and produce output.
There's no "pass in array" built into the language but if you look at your manual for the processor you're using you can figure out how to pass in parameters. Then you can check out the FAQ about how to split up a comma seperated list: http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect2/N1755.html. You could use this with a recursive function to create your output.
Notice there's some difference in the XSLT 1.0 concepts of node-sets and XSLT 2.0 concepts of sequences that might come into play here, but that's beyond my knowledge.
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