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Hello there,
I am not clear how this example works.can anyone explain that to me?
Here is the link :
http://zvon.org/xxl/XSLTutorial/Output/example72_ch2.html.
Which will get selected at this point
<xsl:template match="/source/AAA/CCC/DDD">
thanks.
 
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This looks like pretty straightforward XSLT to me. It matches the one and only node called "DDD", which is a child of "CCC", which is a child of "AAA", which is a child of "source".
[ December 10, 2002: Message edited by: Ron Newman ]
 
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