[xquery-talk] min max and mix
mike at saxonica.com
Mon Feb 10 00:17:13 PST 2014
That's nothing to with max() and min(), but everything to do with mixed content.
The system is designed so that
has an untyped string value of 123.456
Remember, the M in XML stands for Markup. Markup is an annotation to text that can be removed without changing the meaning.
On 10 Feb 2014, at 07:14, Ihe Onwuka <ihe.onwuka at gmail.com> wrote:
> max((<b>8<c>0</c></b>,<a>9</a>)) -> 80
> Probably works as designed but it does raise the question of the
> utility of min and max in the presence of mixed content (i.e in the
> case where you expect 9 because it is > than 8) - or are all bets off
> if the content is mixed.
> No - it is not an actual use case - I was actually trying to establish
> something else but stumbled across this in the process.
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