[xsl] XSL: How reaching the elements of a list?

Subject: [xsl] XSL: How reaching the elements of a list?
From: "chris poppe" <chris_poppe@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 05 Dec 2003 14:55:43 +0100

Im facing the following problem, I have an xml element like this

  <MV_nr> 15 </MV_nr>
  <MV_interior>1864  144 </MV_interior>


and want it to be

  <MV_nr> 15 </MV_nr>
  <MV_interior>1864  72 </MV_interior>


the MV_interior element is a list with length 2 and type nonNegativeInteger. The first element represents a position, the second a length. So I want to go in the list take the second element, divide it by 2 and put it back but I dont know how I can reach that second element in my list?

The xml document is fixed so I cant change the element into two elements or something,

hope someone can help me,
greetings Chris

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