Hannesh

Ulm, Germany

Age: 21

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accepted Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
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answered Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
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comment Why is "in the shape of ellipse" ungrammatical?
Just like to point out that the a/an applies to the word directly after it which may not always be the noun. E.g. it may be "an ellipse" but when we add an adjective it is "a beautiful ellipse".
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comment Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
@michael.hor257k I've posted code of the same schema of what I expect to be created. Does that help?
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comment Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
Thanks for the answer Rudolf. Sorry I wasn't clear in the question originally but I need to have exactly 3 table cells regardless of how many instance nodes there are, even if there are only 1 or 2.
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comment Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
I've updated the question. I would prefer not to use loop-counters, as xslt is a functional language which does away with loops. In a functional language I might call 'map' on the set [1, 2, 3] and go from there, is there an XSLT equivalent of doing that?
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asked Can I create a loop with a counter in xslt?
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asked If charge is carried by ions, is there a limit to the amount of charge that salt water can conduct?
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accepted What does "SELECT INTO" do?
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comment What does "SELECT INTO" do?
Ah right, I thought so. So the variable _user will be the value of the first row?
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asked What does "SELECT INTO" do?
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awarded Notable Question
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accepted Is there a better way to implement a functional recursive findById in javascript than this?
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comment Is there a better way to implement a functional recursive findById in javascript than this?
I like that, I'll probably use _.reduce(collection, (result, x) => result || x.findById(id), null);
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comment Is there a better way to implement a functional recursive findById in javascript than this?
_.find() returns the element, not the result of findById :/
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