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difficult xsl transform clarification

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A and B can be anything, another words those elements are variable.
I need to transform:
<A> x <\A>
<A> y <\A>
<B> i <\B>
<B> j <\B>
<B> k <\B>

into:
<A>
<P> x <\P>
<P> y <\P>
</A>
<B>
<P> i <\P>
<P> j <\P>
<P> k <\P>
</B>

There seems no easy way to do that. Am I missing somethig? I tried
using variables, but they cannot be reassigned within the same
context. Anyone?

Thx
Jul 20 '05 #1
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You want to do grouping. The agreed best method is the meunchian method
which you can find here

http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/grouping/index.html

Also if you search through the archives of this group, there is a
modification using the exslt distinct function.

Colin

"Greg" <gr*****@findlaw.com> wrote in message
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A and B can be anything, another words those elements are variable.
I need to transform:
<A> x <\A>
<A> y <\A>
<B> i <\B>
<B> j <\B>
<B> k <\B>

into:
<A>
<P> x <\P>
<P> y <\P>
</A>
<B>
<P> i <\P>
<P> j <\P>
<P> k <\P>
</B>

There seems no easy way to do that. Am I missing somethig? I tried
using variables, but they cannot be reassigned within the same
context. Anyone?

Thx

Jul 20 '05 #2

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