[xsl] Accessing node-sets by index with position()
Subject: [xsl] Accessing node-sets by index with position()|
From: Ryan Sawatzky <rsawatzky@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 14:13:16 -0500
I am trying to iterate through a list of nodes in a node-set by index
using the position() function, and I am running into some difficulties.
XML snippet -----
XSLT snippet -----
<!-- $set is the node-set containing the two <field> elements -->
<xsl:text> is '</xsl:text>
This gives the following output
Iteration #1 is 111
Iteration #2 is 111
It seems as though the position() function is working, but when I try to
get at the 2nd node by index, it goes to the first node. If I replace
$set[position()] with $set, I get the following...
Iteration #1 is 222
Iteration #2 is 222
So I know that I the second node in the node set is correct, but
position() won't get me to it. Does anyone know how I can fix this
problem? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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