Re: [xsl] conditional statements

Subject: Re: [xsl] conditional statements
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 09:32:35 +0100
> Hi David,
>            Then is there a solution for my problem.

Yes. (In theory xsl can do anything), but what exactly is your problem?
I don't think you've stated it yet.

You've posted multiple messages but none of them have any information.
For example the one below. It has some code followed by a statement
I can't parse (what string do you pass to what program, by what method?)
and says one input gives the right result and one the wrong without
saying what you are trying to do.

When posting queries one should always give complete small input example
and a complete small output that you are trying to generate, then
someone might be able to suggest some code to do that translation.


Hi Folks,
The below code checks the if condition only for the first SC and omits the 
rest is there a way to check the if condition for all the SC's in that MC.

<xsl:template match="MC">
        <xsl:if test="contains($searchList, 
concat(normalize-space(SC/@BCID), ','))">
                <MC id="{@id}">

String i pass is 23,23,23, gives a right result
String i pass 23, gives me a wrong result.

ne suggestions

Thanks in advance

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