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fname ???

 
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Hi Everybody,
What is fname in xsl context ?
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I don't understand this question.
 
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Hi,
I am new to xsl. I have seen in some tutorial eg. Essestial XML Reference that they have specified fname,QName something like that.
QName - Qualified Name
fname - ?? is there anything like this?
 
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There is no such thing as fname.
Qname is name with prefix. The other part is called local name.
 
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