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Matching Attribute value to key in XSL


Matching Attribute value to key in XSL

By : Vasu Devan
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I have a key defined in my XSL file, where you pass in a string equal to the value of node "d" to return parent node "c": , Don't use curly braces in select attribute expressions:
code :
<xsl:value-of select="/a/x[@position=key('column','foo')/@position]/y/z"/>
<xsl:value-of select="key('k2', key('column','foo')/@position)/y/z"/>


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JavaScript regex matching an attribute in tag if another specific attribute is present

JavaScript regex matching an attribute in tag if another specific attribute is present


By : anuv
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I have a string pattern: , Here is a regex that can get that substring.
code :
var re = /<(?=[^<>]*\bclass="_type")div\b[^<>]*content="([^"]*)"/ig; 
var re = /<(?=[^<>]*\bclass="_type")div\b[^<>]*content="([^"]*)"/ig; 
var str = '<div content="[...]" class="[...]">[...]</div>\n<div content="website" [...] class="_type">[...]</div>\n<dic content="[...]" class="[...]">[...]</div>';
var m;
 
while ((m = re.exec(str)) !== null) {
    if (m.index === re.lastIndex) {
        re.lastIndex++;
    }
    document.getElementById("r").innerHTML += m[1] + "<br/>";
}
<div id="r"/>
var re = /<(?=[^<>]*\bclass=['"]?_type\b['"]?)div\b[^<>]*content=(?:["']([^<]*?)["']|(\S+))/ig; 
var str = '<div content="[...]" class="[...]">[...]</div>\n<div content=\'[...]\' class=\'[...]\'>[...]</div>\n<div content="web site" [...] class="_type">[...]</div>\n<dic content="[...]" class="[...]">[...]</div>\n<dic content=[...] class=[...]>[...]</div>\n<dic content=\'[...]\' class=\'[...]\'>[...]</div>\n<div content=\'web site\' [...] class=\'_type\'>[...]</div>\n<div content=website [...] class=_type>[...]</div>';
var m;
 
while ((m = re.exec(str)) !== null) {
    if (m.index === re.lastIndex) {
        re.lastIndex++;
    }
    if (m[1] === undefined) {
      document.getElementById("e").innerHTML += m[2] + "<br/>";
    }
  else {
      document.getElementById("e").innerHTML += m[1] + "<br/>";
    }
    
}
<div id="e"/>
How I can find any element in XML by matching via pattern attribute and attribute value

How I can find any element in XML by matching via pattern attribute and attribute value


By : Lee Jordan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Don't edit the question from one to another given info. Please clarify your expectations.
Xpath 2.0:
code :
//*[@*[matches(name(),"login|username") or matches(., "login|username")]][(@value and string-length(@value) gt 15) or string-length() gt 15]
//*[@*[contains(name(),"login") or contains(name(), "username") or contains(.,"login") or contains(., "username")]][(@value and string-length(@value) > 15) or string-length() > 15]
How to filter on attribute with in XSL matching template tag when it also contains xsi:type attribute

How to filter on attribute with in XSL matching template tag when it also contains xsi:type attribute


By : Anna
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Here is my xml file: , I used following logic to filter on attribute value:
code :
<xsl:template match="products/product">
<xsl:if test="@locale='en_US'">

      "Process Record"

</xsl:if>
Match two arrays with jquery and add an attribute to the matching between value and data-attribute

Match two arrays with jquery and add an attribute to the matching between value and data-attribute


By : Raimund Bereczki
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Assuming the values are unique you could just add an event listener for the dropdown and then find() the :selected option:
code :
$("#association").on("change", function () {
    var t   = $(this),
        val = t.val();

        if (val) { // filter out empty/null values as possible matches
             t.find(":selected").attr({<put attribute name here> : <attribute value here>});

             // for example
             // t.find(":selected").attr({"data-selected" : true});

        }
});
Can I select an <element> by pattern matching a data-* attribute name (not the attribute value)?

Can I select an <element> by pattern matching a data-* attribute name (not the attribute value)?


By : Rn00b
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue One approach that it occurs to me - inspired by @Matt's comment above - is something like the following:
code :
<section>
<h2 data-fruit="{'apples' : 'sdlfls'}">Heading</h2>
<p data-vegetables="{'carrots' : 'sdjjasd'}">Paragraph</p>
<ul>
<li data-fruit="{'cherries' : 'sdfada', 'bananas' : 'adada'}">List Item</li>
<li>List Item</li>
</ul>
<p data-fruit="{'pears' : 'rtfadds'}">Paragraph</p>
<p>Paragraph</p>
</section>
let fruitElements = document.querySelectorAll('[data-fruit]');
"{'cherries' : 'sdfada', 'bananas' : 'adada'}"
elementFruitObject = {
  cherries : 'adada',
  bananas : 'sdfada'
}
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