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Re: Q: XPath: how to find out name of preceding siblings

From: richard@------.--.--.-- (------- -----)
Date: 2/11/2004 11:46:00 PM
In article <402A5215.37C8DCFF@n...>, nobody  <nobody@n...> wrote:

>given something like
>  a?, b?, c+
>I have to treat every elem c in one way if elem b is
>present, in an other if there's no elem b.

>  <xsl:if test="name(preceding-sibling::*[1]) != 'b'">

Something like (not tested)

<xsl:if test="name(preceding-sibling::*[name()!='c'][1]) != 'b'">

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