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XSL help


Joined: Mar 27, 2002
Posts: 25
Hi Friends,
I have XML like

<table class="aa">
<table class="bb">
<table class="aa">
<table class="bb">


I need to display test and some. How to write XSL to get only those elements. I can see class="aa" is making differance.

Please help me. I will really appreciate


Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19758

An example in XPath should be sufficient. You can use XSLT to implement that XPath if you like, or any other XML implementation that supports XPath.Translation: Find a table element at any depth in the tree whose class attribute has the value "aa", then find its tr children, then find their td children.
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