The <xsl:number> element is used to determine the integer position of the current node in the source. It is also used to format a number.
|count||expression||Optional. An XPath expression that specifies what nodes are to be counted|
|Optional. Controls how the sequence number is assigned
Can be one of the following:
|from||expression||Optional. An XPath expression that specifies where the counting will start|
|value||expression||Optional. Specifies a user-provided number that is used in place of a sequence generated number|
|format||formatstring||Optional. Defines the output format for the number. Can be
one of the following:
|lang||languagecode||Optional. Specifies the language alphabet to be used for the numbering (Not supported by Netscape 6)|
|Optional. Specifies whether the numbering in the selected language is alphabetic or traditional. The default is alphabetic|
|grouping-separator||character||Optional. Specifies what character should be used to separate groups of digits. The default is the comma|
|grouping-size||number||Optional. Specifies how many digits are in the groups that are being separated by the character specified in the grouping-separator attribute. The default is 3|
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