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hidden parameter in xsl

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in jsp i am using hidden parameters

<input type="hidden" name="houseConsigneeName" value='<%= houseDocuments.consigneeName!=null?houseDocuments.consigneeName:""%>'>

can i write like this in xsl


      <input type="hidden" name="houseConsigneeName" value="{<xsl:value-of select='CGNAME'/>}">
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try

<input type="hidden" value="{CGNAME}"></input>
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<input type="hidden" name="houseConsigneeName" value="{CGNAME}"></input>
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why B?
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