Articles tagged: EXSLT

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  • Web/EXSLT To use an EXSLT function, you need to declare the namespace the function is in, and then use the ...
  • Web/EXSLT/exsl/node-set exsl:node-set() returns a node-set from a result tree fragment, which is what you get when you look ...
  • Web/EXSLT/exsl/object-type exsl:object-type() returns a string that indicates the type of the specified object.
  • Web/EXSLT/math/highest math:highest() returns the node in the specified node-set with the highest value (where the highest ...
  • Web/EXSLT/math/lowest math:lowest() returns the node in the specified node-set with the lowest value (where the lowest ...
  • Web/EXSLT/math/max math:max() returns the maximum value of a node-set.
  • Web/EXSLT/math/min math:min() returns the minimum value of a node-set.
  • Web/EXSLT/regexp/match regexp:match() performs regular expression matching on a string, returning the submatches found as ...
  • Web/EXSLT/regexp/replace regexp:replace() replaces the portions of a string that match a given regular expression with the ...
  • Web/EXSLT/regexp/test regexp:test() tests to see whether a string matches a specified regular expression.
  • Web/EXSLT/set/difference set:difference() returns the difference between two node-sets. In other words, it returns a ...
  • Web/EXSLT/set/distinct set:distinct() returns a subset of the nodes in the specified node-set, returning only nodes with ...
  • Web/EXSLT/set/has-same-node set:has-same-node() determines whether two node-sets have any nodes in common.
  • Web/EXSLT/set/intersection set:intersection() returns the intersection of two node-sets. In other words, it returns a node-set ...
  • Web/EXSLT/set/leading set:leading() returns the nodes in one node-set that come before the first node in the other ...
  • Web/EXSLT/set/trailing set:trailing() returns the nodes in one node-set that come after the first node in the other ...
  • Web/EXSLT/str/concat str:concat() returns a string containing all the string values in a node-set concatenated together.
  • Web/EXSLT/str/split str:split() splits a string using a pattern string to determine where the splits should occur, ...
  • Web/EXSLT/str/tokenize str:tokenize() splits a string using a set of characters as delimiters that determine where the ...