xml - count

Hi,
On the XML below how do I get the count of institutions that their stateProvince is IL .
I think it has to be done with count()
Thanks,
Chicho

         <Institution>
            <Address>
              <addressLine1>400 N LAKEVIEW PKWY</addressLine1>
              <city>VERNON HILLS</city>
              <country>UNITED STATES</country>
              <county>LAKE</county>
              <postalCode>60061</postalCode>
              <stateProvince>IL</stateProvince>
            </Address>
          </Institution>
<Institution>
            <Address>
              <addressLine1>400 N LAKEVIEW PKWY</addressLine1>
              <city>VERNON HILLS</city>
              <country>UNITED STATES</country>
              <county>LAKE</county>
              <postalCode>60061</postalCode>
              <stateProvince>FL</stateProvince>
            </Address>
          </Institution>
<Institution>
            <Address>
              <addressLine1>400 N LAKEVIEW PKWY</addressLine1>
              <city>VERNON HILLS</city>
              <country>UNITED STATES</country>
              <county>LAKE</county>
              <postalCode>60061</postalCode>
              <stateProvince>IL</stateProvince>
            </Address>
          </Institution>
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
inside an XSLT that would be
<xsl:value-of select="count(//Institution[stateProvince = 'IL'])" />

in a DOM program that would be something like
oNodes = oXML.selectNodes("//Institution[stateProvince = 'IL']");
count = oNodes.length;

cheers

Geert
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chicho12Author Commented:
it worked.
Thanks,

Chicho
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
welcome
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