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Default Need to format data in xslt

I have converted a MS Project file into an xml and now using an xslt file to output the data as a webpage. There's a field in the xml file that contains the duration of the project in the following format "PT773H36M0S", this format contains teh durations in terms of hours, minutes and seconds. In my example, 773 hours and 36 minutes. I need to go through this data character by character and output how many hours and minutes there is. Can i do this through certain methods in xslt???

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XSLT 2.0 (from today a Candidate Recommendation!) supports durations as a native datatype, so you can do

<xsl:variable name="d" select="xdt:datTimeDuration(.)"/>
<xsl:value-of select="hours-from-duration($d)"/>
<xsl:value-of select="minutes-from-duration($d)"/>


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