At 09:40 15/04/2003 +0100, you wrote:
The xsl:for-each-group instruction partitions a sequence into groups of
items (that is, it establishes a set of sequences)
A set of sequences.
But a set does not contain duplicates?
- What definition of duplicate is used please?
say I use group-by="@x"
With two members of the population being
<el x='2' y='3'/> and
<el x='2' y='4'/> are they classed as duplicate members
of this population?
No, I wouldn't expect them to be considered duplicates.
The XPath 2.0 spec indicates that each node has its own node identity. So,
since these nodes each has a separate identity they are not, in my view at
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