Hannu Krosing wrote:
>> Some of the functions, including some specified in the standard, produce
>> fragments. That's why we have the 'IS DOCUMENT' test.
> But then you could use xmlfragments as the functions return type, no ?
Not in the case of xpath, no.
There is a very complete standard for the Xpath data model, and we need
to adhere to it.
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