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hi..suppose in my xml, node1 one has a attribute called "Info"...now i want to get all the attribute name and value expect for the Info..mens if attributename equals "Info" i will not process it to get the value ..i want to ignore it..and i have to check if this attribute is exist or not..if exist then only i can ignore it...what will be syntax..

and suppose i got a attibute value ..and i want to break it by some key work like"#10;" if i get this in the attribute value ..i want to break the string attribute value by parts...what will be the sytax..
can anybody pls help me with the syntax..thnx
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In XPath 2.0: "@* except @Info"

In XPath 1.0: "@*[local-name() != 'Info']"

2. Use functions like substring-before() and substring-after()

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cool..that's working fine....thank u very much...

for the spliting thing....suppose
<xsl:for-each select="@*">
                       <tr height="22"><td class="nodeprop">
                       <xsl:value-of select="name()"/>
                       </td><td class="nodevalue">
                      <xsl:value-of select="."/> #160;

here i'm getting one attribute value like this......
&amp;#10;-- 12.08.97 K.W&ouml;rn - Neue Felder aufgenommen Tarifart, Bewertungsstichtag&amp;#10;-- 16.12.02 T. Loeken - CHR 7614: TrgPreUpdate TAR, Verkn&uuml;pfung korrigiert&amp;#10;-- 10.01.03 T. Loeken - CHR 7402: Vertikale Ausrichtung der

now i need to split it when ever i will get &amp;#10;..
so for that i need to store the value first then i have to split and display...but with the 'substring-before' and 'substring-after' i can only split the value in two part..may be..do i have to do a recursion..could u pls tell me how to store the value and how to do recursion...with the syntax those r very new to me...thnx

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