Re: How does xsl:if work?

Subject: Re: How does xsl:if work?
From: "Brian Burridge" <brian_burridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 02 Jun 2000 17:22:11 -0400
I don't have the book yet, but have asked for it to be ordered.

I want to compare the value of the team attribute to the value 'ALL'.


Sebastian Rahtz wrote:

> Brian Burridge writes:
>  > <xsl:if test="@team=ALL">
>  >     <td class="th"> Team </td>
>  > </xsl:if>
> you mean
>  <xsl:if test="@team='ALL'">
> what you have said (I think) is
> "if the value of the 'team' attribute equals the child element
> called 'ALL'"
> in the Man With The Beard's XSLT book, look at p177, better examples
> under choose than if. if you have the book, that is
> Sebastian
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