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how do i get the name of a node as my element name in XSL

shoeb sayyed
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In this example I want the element name to be same as the child node I get. Can you please tell me how is that possible using XSLT


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Shoeb
Paul Clapham
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The XPath function which gives you the name of the context node, if it's an element, is

You might find it easier to get a book about XSLT, rather than waiting for random people on the Internet to tell you things like this. Reserve your forum posts for programming problems.
 
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