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Sequence of several values as the second argument of key() function

A sequence of several values can be passed to a key() function. The resulting sequence is a union of all hits returned by individual keys in the second argument to the key() function.


            <xsl:output  method="xml"
            <xsl:key  name="kkk"

            <xsl:template  match="/aaa">
                  <xsl:apply-templates  select="key('kkk',ccc/ddd)"/>

            <xsl:template  match="*">
                  <xsl:copy-of  select="."/>


            <bbb  y="a">X</bbb>
            <bbb  y="b">Y</bbb>
            <bbb  y="c">Z</bbb>

      <bbb  y="a">X</bbb>
      <bbb  y="c">Z</bbb>

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