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From Arnaud Blancher <Arnaud.Blanc...@ungi.net>
Subject Re: Should I Use Xindice for web-searchable XML Docs?
Date Tue, 04 Mar 2003 11:10:19 GMT
Cédric Viaud wrote:

> Hi,
>  
> i was referring to :
> http://www.w3.org/TR/xpath#section-String-Functions
>  
> "Function: boolean contains(string, string)
>  
> The contains function returns true if the first argument string 
> contains the second argument string, and otherwise returns false."
>  
> So, you can use a variable to get node content, and search for a 
> pattern with this function.
> I think it works (but never tried, i admit it).

that's really work ! (i use it)
but i had problem with specials caraters like 'é'
and it's slow !!

Arnaud.

> But i'm almost sure this a bad way to do such think (slow ...).
>  
> I do agree that W3C docs are interresting readings. Thanks for the 
> link wich i didn't know.
>  
>
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