[xsl] Re: Easy way to identify node type?

Subject: [xsl] Re: Easy way to identify node type?
From: yguaba@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 05 Dec 2003 17:24:55 -0200
On 4 Dec 2003 at 16:31, Haydn Flower wrote:

> Yes, You've gotta use an XPath type statement which use expressions
> (kind of similar to perl expressions but different), give an example of
> your input xml and which elements you want matched. 

Actually, I don't want to match specific elements (I could do that 
with <xsl:when test="local-name() = 'element_1' or local-name() = 
'element_2 or local-name() = 'element_n''"> or just simply write 
different templates for each different element). What I would like to 
be able to do is output different stuff depending on whether the node 
being processed is a text node, or an element node, or a processing 
instruction node etc. Any ideas? :-)

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