Subject: [xsl] Creating a TOC where Alpha Character does not exist|
From: "Spencer Tickner" <spencertickner@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 14:04:15 -0800
I'm creating a toc from an xml document based on a folder and it's child folders and files. From this list I need to Create an Alphabet style Table of Contents. No problem there. Where I'm getting stuck is:
If the character does not exist in the list,, I need the alpha character added, just not linked.
<root path="C:"> <dir path="C:\test"> <dir path="C:\test\-- A --"> <file name="apple.xml"/> </dir> <dir path="C:\test\-- O --"> <file name="orange.xml"/> </dir> </dir> </root>
OK, now from the xml above I would want my htm output to look something like this
<p><a href="#A">A</a> B C D E F G H I J K L M N <a href="#O">O</a> P Q R S T U V W X Y Z</p>
I can match on the dir/dir and and parse out A and O, but any ideas on how to put in the rest of the characters that do not match any of the Alpha's in my file?
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