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Re: [xsl] how to extract words from a text

From: Dimtre Novatchev <dnovatchev@--------->
To:
Date: 12/10/2004 10:30:00 PM
How to do this was described 3 years ago on this list. Generally, one
can use the
         "str-split-to-words"
 template available in FXSL.

See:

      http://sources.redhat.com/ml/xsl-list/2001-12/msg00651.html


Cheers,

Dimitre.


On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 16:58:28 -0200, Jan Limpens <jan.limpens@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> hello again,
> 
> I hope you can help me with this one just as well, as with my other
> question today! :)
> 
> i have a xml document
> <root>
> <text>This is a text, that is a text</text>
> </root>
> 
> and I need to extract every word from it - once, ignoring case, and
> ordered by ocurrence, stripping 1-2 letter words - to make a meta
> keywords tag from it...
> 
> <meta name="keywords" content="text, that, this"/>
> 
> the horror! the horror! I have no idea how to do this! :)
> 
> thanks again!
> --
> Jan
> http://www.limpens.com
> 
> Otakoo Saloon Cartoon - newest episode at http://limpens.com/oscredirect

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