At 2002-05-06 11:40 +0100, Luis Abreu wrote:
>msxml processes xpath expressions was easy. but how does it process
>maybe i still haven't undesrtood the right place for the
XPath does allow functions to be used standalone. In XSLT you would simply do:
... for a count of all element children from the current node (XSLT
perspective) or the context node (XPath perspective) ... which happen to be
the same node.
>in my case, I would really like to execute the functions without
>having to put them on predicates (that is, if it's possbible).
It is possible from XPath ... I don't know how it might be done from MSXML.
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