Re: Context node/Predicates in Expressions

Subject: Re: Context node/Predicates in Expressions
From: John Robert Gardner <jrgardn@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 26 May 2000 12:44:22 -0400 (EDT)
On Fri, 26 May 2000, David Carlisle wrote:

> Since all elements are the child of some node, this last clause doesn't
> make any extra restriction in this case.
> In general a node, x, is matched by a pattern match="p" if there exists a
> node, N, in the source tree, such that if you took N as the context node
> then x would be in the node set returned by select="p".


I missed somehting here.  "node x" happens to be matchable by 'match="p"'
because hte node x you are thinking of has the element type name of "p",

just want to be sure I got this.


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