self::B is what you want
tests whether the string value of teh current node is equal to
the string value of its B chilf.
I tried just "B",
tests whether the current node has a B child
I tried "boolean(B)"
Note that I believe that using <xsl:template match="B"> won't solve my problem
because I need to do something specific that I only need to if the
B element is nested inside the A element.
Rather tha testing self:: B you could more easily replace the for-each
by an apply templates and have two templates one matching "B" and one
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