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Get XSL value from tags with different categories

Hi,

I have a feed with the following structure:

<feed>
  <entry>
    <tw:tags>
      <tw:tag category="category1">EntryCat1</tw:tag>
      <tw:tag category="category2">EntryCat2</tw:tag>
    </tw:tags>
  </entry>
</feed>

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And need to get values for xsl:variable. At the moment I use the following:

<xsl:variable name="Category1" select="tw:tags/tw:tag[1]" />
<xsl:variable name="Category2" select="tw:tags/tw:tag[2]" />

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But it is not sure that the order is always the same. I would like to implemet something like that:

<xsl:variable name="Category1" select="tw:tags/tw:tag/@category='category1'" />

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But here I only get @Category1 = true/false. But I need @Category1 = "EntryCat1"

How should I form the select statemant to get this?

Thanks in advance
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Robert SchuttSoftware EngineerCommented:
Use an attribute selector:
<xsl:variable name="Category1" select="tw:tags/tw:tag[@category='category1']" />
<xsl:variable name="Category2" select="tw:tags/tw:tag[@category='category2']" />

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More info under "Predicates" on this page: http://www.w3schools.com/xpath/xpath_syntax.asp
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85521Author Commented:
Super, thank you

I did know it is an easy answer, but as dummy I didn't find the Syntax.
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