[xquery-talk] sequence membership operator (in)

Peter Coppens Peter.Coppens at datadirect.com
Mon Feb 13 13:46:00 PST 2006

The semantics of the XQuery general comparison =
seems to be pretty close to what I think you want.


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> Hi
> I am just curious, if the membership operator like
> "in" of SQL was ever considered in xquery? Right now,
> i see i could do something equivalent using the
> sequence functions  index-of() and empty(), but some
> think like "in" would have been much more concise and
> intutive.
> -Manava
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