A little help

Subject: A little help
From: Chuck Robey <chuckr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 1999 23:27:13 -0400 (EDT)
I'm not an xsl expert, and while I think I can get this right, I would
appreciate someone who knows this better than I showing me the most
correct way.

I want an <xsl:  > element that will somehow choose to select ONLY xml
element A's, if and only if they are the direct descendant of an xml
element B.

I'm doing a xsl transformer, but I only need (I think) a part of it to
do what I need.  An answer that lets me also choose only those element
A's that are the direct descendent of B's, which are in turn direct
descendent of element C's, would be even better.  I need to be able to
say, in xsl, a particular element, when it has a specific pattern of

Thanks for letting me bother you.

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