otherwise

The <xsl:otherwise> element is used to define the action that should be taken when none of the <xsl:when> conditions apply. It is similar to the else or default case in other programing languages.

Syntax

<xsl:otherwise>
	TEMPLATE
</xsl:otherwise>

Required Attributes

None.

Optional Attributes

None.

Type

Subinstruction, must appear as the last child of an <xsl:choose> element, within a template.

Defined

XSLT, section 9.2

Gecko support

Supported.

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