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Returns the day component from an xs:dateTime. If the argument is an empty sequence, returns an empty sequence. xs:integer day-from-dateTime(xs:dateTime ) See also year-from-dateTime(), month-from-dateTime(), hours-from-dateTime(), minutes-from-dateTime(), seconds-from-dateTime(), timezone-from-dateTime(). From XPath 2.0.
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Returns the days component from an xdt:dayTimeDuration. If the argument is an empty sequence, returns an empty sequence. xs:integer days-from-duration(xdt:dayTimeDuration ) See also hours-from-duration(), minutes-from-duration(), seconds-from-duration(). From XPath 2.0.
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Returns true if the two argument sequences are equal. Each of the items in each sequence is compared, and if any of the items are nodes, then they are compared based on their name and content (typed value for attributes and text-only elements). The optional third argument specifies a collation that s used to compare strings; the default collation is used if the third argument is missing. xs:boolean deep-equal(item()*, item()*) xs:boolean deep-equal(item()*, item()*, xs:string) From XPath 2.0.
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Returns the URI for the default collation currently being used to compare strings. xs:string default-collation() See also compare(). From XPath 2.0.
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Removes duplicates from the argument sequence. The optional second argument specifies a collation to be used when comparing strings to work out if they re duplicates; if it s missing, the default collation is used. xdt:anyAtomicType* distinct-values(xdt:anyAtomicType*) xdt:anyAtomicType* distinct-values(xdt:anyAtomicType*, xs:string) See also <xsl:for-each-group>.
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doc()
Returns a document node for the resource specified by the argument URI. If the argument is an empty sequence, returns an empty sequence. document-node() doc(xs:string ) See also doc-available(), document(), unparsed-text(), collection(). From XPath 2.0.
doc-available()
Returns true if a call to doc() with the same URI argument will result in a document node; otherwise returns false. xs:boolean doc-available(xs:string ) See also doc(), document(). From XPath 2.0.
document()
Returns the nodes identified by the URIs specified via the first argument, resolved using the base URI of the node specified as the second argument. If the second argument is missing, URIs that are specified as atomic values are resolved relative to the base URI for the stylesheet, while URIs that are specified in nodes are resolved relative to the node in which they re specified. node()* document(item()*) node()* document(item()*, node()) See also doc(), doc-available(), unparsed-text(), collection(). From XSLT 1.0.
document-uri()
Returns the URI for the resource used to create a document node. Usually, this will be the same as the base URI for the document node, but it might be different if the document node was returned as part of a collection. For all other node kinds, or if the document doesn t have a document URI, returns an empty sequence. xs:string document-uri(node() ) See also base-uri(), collection(), doc(), document(). From XPath 2.0.
element-available()
Returns true if the processor supports the extension element or new XSLT instruction named by the string passed as the argument. The string should be a qualified name, with a prefix. xs:boolean element-available(xs:string) See also function-available(), <xsl:fallback> element.
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empty()
Returns true if the argument is an empty sequence, and false otherwise. xs:boolean empty(item()*) See also not(), exists(). From XPath 2.0.
ends-with()
Returns true if the first argument string ends with the second argument string, according to the collation specified in the third argument string, or if the second argument string is an empty string or empty sequence, and returns false otherwise. If the third argument isn t specified, it defaults to the Unicode codepoint collation. xs:boolean ends-with(xs:string , xs:string ) xs:boolean ends-with(xs:string , xs:string , xs:string) See also starts-with(), contains(), matches(). From XPath 2.0.
error()
Raises an error that halts the transformation. The first argument, if supplied, identifies the error; if it s not supplied (there s no argument or the first argument is an empty sequence), it defaults to the qualified name {http://www.w3.org/2004/07/xqt-errors}FOER0000. The first argument may be mapped to a URL in the form namespaceURI#localName by a processor. The second argument is a description of the error, and the third argument supplies additional items that provide information about the error.
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