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[xsl] RE: unbelievable often asked question

From: "Hubert Holtz" <Turnhose_alt@------->
Date: 1/2/2003 7:46:00 AM
Hy Micheal,

sorry for this dumb question, I have to admit I haven't read the specs so far.
I often visit tutorial-sites to get my informations (and now this great mail-list) and there was no "and", only a | for or.
I tried an "and" but not at the right position, so I asked this forum here.

Hope this helpes understanding this so often asked question.


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On 02.01.2003 at 16:08 Michael Kay wrote:

>> I only know how to slect one : <xsl:template 
>> match="sect1[@lang= $lang]"> 
>> but is there something like an logical and?
>It's unbelievable how often this question is asked.
>The operator is spelt "and".
>As one of the editors of the 2.0 specs, I would be really interested to
>know why you found it difficult to discover this information.
>Michael Kay
>Software AG
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>work: Michael.Kay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
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