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Hi all,
I have an input XML file in which a node has an attribute value like "20020412", which is nothing but a date.(Century+Year+Month+Day) I have an XSL file to fetch the contents from the XML file and present it. The problem is that, how to get the attribute value like "20020412" and print it like "04/12/2002" format. Is there any function available in XSL? Please help me...
 
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Yes. There is a XSLT function you can use:
format-number().
 
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