please don't leave us hanging :). What was your solution?
On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 8:40 AM Christopher Yocum wrote:
> Of course the instant you say that, you fix it. Thanks for everyone's
> All the best,
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 12:35 PM
Of course the instant you say that, you fix it. Thanks for everyone's support.
All the best,
On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 12:35 PM Christopher Yocum wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I just tried using functx:is-value-in-sequence: where
The solution was indeed using is-value-in-sequence:
import module namespace functx = 'http://www.functx.com';
let $biblFull := distinct-values(collection('edil/Prologue Merged
let $biblStruct := distinct-values(collection('edil/Prologue Merged
thanks for sharing your solution (IMO it will help future searchers/readers
of the list, or others with similar problems searching the list archive)!
Note that the `!=` is an existential quantifier in XPath; i.e. it returns
`true` if *any* value on the left is not equal to *any* value of
> If you are allowed to share some snippets of the actual documents, it
> will be easier to see how the query needs to be phrased.
Sadly, probably not. I can probably do something off list but even
then I would hesitate.
I tried your proposal from your other email and I am getting the
I just tried using functx:is-value-in-sequence: where
not(functx:is-value-in-sequence($title/@id, $biblFull)). I am still
getting erroneous results. At this point, I very near offering money
for someone to help me fix this. It looks like a bug though to me. I
should not be
Just my guess ;) Thanks, Bridger. Here are some general comparisons
with their correct results:
() = () : false
() != () : false
(1,2) = (2,3) : true
(1,2) != (2,3) : true
(1) > (10,20,30,40,0) : true
(5) < (1,2,3,4) : false
On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 1:58 PM Bridger Dyson-Smith
I’m glad to hear you found a solution.
I was surprised to hear that functx:is-value-in-sequence did the job,
though. The body of this function is nothing else than a general
comparison: $value = $seq  (and I would even have guessed that your
query will be eventually rewritten to a
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