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This canNOT be correct, can it?

Yuriy Zilbergleyt
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Joined: Dec 13, 2004
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While experimenting with XSLTs, I've come across something truly weird.

My stylesheet:

my JSP code:

The output:

<html xmlns:blah="WhyDoesItDoThis?">

It seems that when the namespace is not recognized as a standard one, any functions using that namespace are called on the object of the first parameters.

That is blah:indexOf('abcde', 'c') translates to "abcde".indexOf("c").

Is this some problem with the jars I'm using (like xalan.jar)?

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