On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 14:07:30 -0400, Francesco Barresi wrote
Yes, you can nest the , like you writed before:
You can also do it in other ways, for example:
//three[parent::two and @attribute='value']
yes I know, this example is pretty stupid, but was only to show that
in Xpath you can match the same thing with dirrente expressions.
Thanks very much; I appreciate the examples.
I am curious where people learn these things. I feel like I am missing some
parts of the big XSL picture. In other programming languages I generally
just read the API documentation, but think language (declarative?) is
completely unfamiliar to me.
What are some good web resources to start with? I know of w3c, w3schools
and msdn, which can be pretty good for low-level stuff, but is there some
kind of cheat-sheet for the high-level things? I don't have time for a