Re: [xsl] FW: <> ?

Subject: Re: [xsl] FW: <> ?
From: Abel Braaksma <>
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 09:03:31 +0200
What does your question have to do with XSLT? In XML (and XSLT as well, since XSLT is XML) the > and < have special meaning and delimit the tags in the source. To use them you must escape them.

The not equal sign in XPath is "!=".

The only languages I know of that use <> as not equal are SQL (some flavors) and (Visual) Basic, which is are both not on topic here.

-- Abel --

Sathasivam, Elayaraja wrote:
Hi All,

Troubling all of you for a small reason.?

What is the meaning of "<>" ??? is it not equal ?


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