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Ah, that's trickier.
let $strings = $anchors/preceding-sibling::text()
Her is a brute force way to get what you want.
Thanks. That is close to what I want, but I also want to get the preceding sibling text() node. For the first matching anchor in this example it should be "Newburyport, Merrimack River 420 48.7' 700 51.9' 7.8 9.0 4.2 ".
<-----Original Message-----> From: Wayne Loofbourrow Sent: 2/16/2004 9:04:11 PM To: email@hidden Cc: email@hidden Subject: Re: sherlock-channel-development digest, Vol 1 #180 - 1 msg
let $nodes := document("http://www.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/tides04/tab2ec1b.html")/ A[text()="Predictions"]/@HREF
This says to first extract those A tags whose text content is "Predictions" and then grab the HREF attribute from each of them.
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