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   XPath position in XSLT

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I was wandering if it is possible to obtain the current position (in XPath
format) in XSLT.
maybe a small example of what I want makes thinks more clear (kept it very
simple, so no NS):

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
    first paragraph 
    second par. of Welkom!

Now I want an xslt document to transform this xml in something like:
<text position="//section[1]/title[1]">Welkom!</text>
<text position="//section[1]/paragraph[1]">first paragraph</text>
<text position="//section[1]/paragraph[2]">second par. of Welkom!</text>
<text position="//section[2]/title[1]">Bye!</text>
<text position="//section[2]/paragraph[1]">bla</text>

Is this at all possible?

hope someone here knows the answer!


Lucas van Schaik


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