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RE: intro, and quick newbie-ish question!

From: "Chris Bayes" <Chris@----------->
To:
Date: 8/18/2000 1:37:00 AM
shane

>is it possible to format data within XML tags during the XMLT processing?
>for instance, to strip out puncuation marks, substitute words, etc...
>
>for example, change this:
>
><problem>shane's car is broken & he can't get home.</problem>
>
>to:
><problem>shanes car is broken and he cant get home</problem>
>thanks in advance!
>
>shane

check out the translate function for "'" but i doubt if you can get "&" in
there as it isn't valid xml

Ciao Chris

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