[xquery-talk] FLWOR Expression
philippe.michiels at gmail.com
Sat Dec 31 10:07:23 PST 2005
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On Saturday 31 December 2005 09:17, fatma helmy wrote:
> dear all
> can anyone forward me a software that generates random
> xml files with certain specifications?
> --- John Snelson <jsnelson at sleepycat.com> wrote:
> > You can just use the XPath expression "as-is" in
> > XQuery - you don't need
> > to decompose it into loops (unless thats what you
> > *want* to do).
> > My tip, however, is to not use the "text()"
> > selector. It is generally a
> > bad idea, as it almost certainly doesn't do what you
> > expect it to do.
> > This FAQ entry explains more about this:
> > John
> > Elarrat, EFC wrote:
> > > I tryed to convert one XPath expression that I did
> > to a FLWOR
> > > expression, guess what?
> > > year...I couldn't...so if anyone could help me,
> > I'd appreciate that.
> > > I would like to convert this xpath (it's a xpath
> > expression, right?):
> > > //chunklist/chunk/par/s/tok[orth/text() = "se" and
> > >
> > > contains(disamb/ctag/text(), "KS")]
> > >
> > > to some FLWOR expression, with loops and stuff.
> > >
> > > Thanks a lot,
> > >
> > > Eduardo Elarrat
> > > Happy XQuery Christmas
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> > --
> > John Snelson, Berkeley DB XML Engineer
> > Sleepycat Software, Inc
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