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Re: [xsl] XSLT 2.0 courses?

2020-09-21 05:06:47
Dave Pawson dave(_dot_)pawson(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com 
<xsl-list-service(_at_)lists(_dot_)mulberrytech(_dot_)com> writes:
On 21 Sep 2020, at 02:34, Pieter Lamers 
<xsl-list-service(_at_)lists(_dot_)mulberrytech(_dot_)com> wrote:
let $a := ('one','two','three')
let $b := ('none')

return ($a, $b)[1] will return just the first item in the sequence,
'one', and not 'one','two','three', which might be what you want to
achieve in this quasi shorthanded if/else construction.

I wonder how that reads with (ex) DSSSL or elisp users? Odd I would

A bit odd, but it’s a direct consequence of sequence flattening. You
just have to get used to that.

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