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RE: [xsl] Comparing One element's text to multiple elements' text

From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@--------->
Date: 5/7/2004 11:29:00 AM
>     <xsl:if test="value1 = value2/option[*]">

An imaginative guess, but guessing the XPath syntax for something rarely
gives you the right answer.

You just need <xsl:if test="value1 = value2/option">

The "=" operator in XPath compares all the nodes on the left against all the
nodes on the right and returns true if any pair matches.

The predicate N[*] means N[boolean(child::*)] and selects every N that has
at least one child element.

Michael Kay


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