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Returns a node-set that has the current node as its only member.
The XSLT 1.0 document function returns the root node of a single XML document or of the union of multiple XML documents. The arguments are reduced to a set of URIs that indicate the documents to parse. The first argument is required and provides a set of URI references, each of which may be absolute or relative. If it is a node-set, then the URI references are the string-values of each node in the set. If the argument is any other kind of object, the URI reference is the string-value of object. The second argument is optional. If given, it provides a base URI for normalizing relative URI references, it must be a node-set, and only its first node (in document order) is used. The base URI for all relative references is the URI of the entity from which the node originated. If the node-set is empty, an exception is raised (see XSLT 1.0 erratum E14). If the second argument is not given, then the base URI depends on whether the first argument is a node-set. If the first argument is a node-set, then the base URI for each node in the set is the entity from which that node originated. Otherwise, the base URI is the URI of the entity containing the node with the document() call (this URI is usually that of the stylesheet itself, but could be an imported stylesheet or even a parsed general entity). Thus, document('') typically refers to the stylesheet itself, prior to whitespace stripping; document('http://somehost/foo.xml') refers to the document at that absolute URI; document('foo.xml') typically refers to the foo.xml document relative to the stylesheet; document('http://somehost/foo.xml', $ns) where $ns is a non-empty node-set refers to the document at that absolute URI ($ns is ignored); document('foo.xml', $ns) where $ns is a non-empty node-set refers to the foo.xml document relative to the URI of the entity from which $ns originated; document($ns) where $ns is a non-empty node-set is treated as if it were document(string($ns),$ns)|document(string($ns),$ns) and so on; and document($ns, $ns2) where $ns is a node-set and $ns2 is a non-empty node-set is treated as if it were document(string($ns),$ns2)|document(string($ns),$ns2) and so on.
Returns true if and only if the expanded-name represented by the given QName is the name of an instruction. If the expanded-name has a namespace URI equal to the XSLT namespace URI, then it refers to an element defined by XSLT. Otherwise, it refers to an extension element. If the expanded-name has a null namespace URI, the element-available function will return false.
Converts its first argument to a string using the format pattern string specified by the second argument and the decimal-format named by the third argument (see the xsl:decimal-format element), or the default decimal-format, if there is no third argument. The format pattern string is in the syntax specified by the JDK 1.1 DecimalFormat class. The decimal-format name must be a QName. It is an error if the stylesheet does not contain a declaration of the decimal-format with the specified expanded-name.
Returns true if and only if the expanded-name represented by the given QName is the name of a function in the function library. If the expanded-name has a non-null namespace URI, then it refers to an extension function; otherwise, it refers to a function defined by XPath or XSLT.
Returns a string that uniquely identifies the node in the argument node-set that is first in document order. If the argument node-set is empty, the empty string is returned. If the argument is omitted, it defaults to the context node.
The first argument specifies the name of the key. When the second argument to the key function is of type node-set, then the result is the union of the result of applying the key function to the string value of each of the nodes in the argument node-set. When the second argument to key is of any other type, the argument is converted to a string as if by a call to the string function; it returns a node-set containing the nodes in the same document as the context node that have a value for the named key equal to this string.
Returns the URI of the unparsed entity with the specified name in the same document as the context node. It returns the empty string if there is no such entity.