When a collation is specified, the rules are more complex. The expression fn:ends-with , returns true. This document does define some functions with more than one signature with the same name and different number of parameters. Rules Calling the one-argument version of this function is equivalent to calling the two-argument version supplying the default collation as the second argument. A boolean value is one that only returns either true of false. The observes that some applications may require different comparison and ordering behaviors than other applications.
The primary format token is always present and must not be zero-length. The expression math:tan -math:pi div 4 returns -1. The way in which the variation is indicated will depend on the conventions of the language. For all format tokens other than the first kind above one that consists of decimal digits , there may be lower and upper bounds on the range of numbers that can be formatted using this format token; indeed, for some numbering sequences there may be intrinsic limits. It is possible for two functions to have the same name provided they have different arity number of arguments.
Type errors are typically used where the presence of the error can be inferred from knowledge of the type of the actual arguments to a function, for example with a call such as fn:string fn:abs 1. It depends on implicit timezone. The collation used by this function is determined according to the rules in. The result type of operations depends on their argument datatypes and is defined in the following table: Operator Returns op:operation xs:integer, xs:integer xs:integer except for , which returns xs:decimal op:operation xs:decimal, xs:decimal xs:decimal op:operation xs:float, xs:float xs:float op:operation xs:double, xs:double xs:double op:operation xs:integer xs:integer op:operation xs:decimal xs:decimal op:operation xs:float xs:float op:operation xs:double xs:double These rules define any operation on any pair of arithmetic types. The following example assumes the existence of a decimal format named 'ch' in which the grouping separator is ʹ and the decimal separator is ·: The expression format-number 1234. It is which version of is supported, but it is recommended that the most recent version of Unicode be used.
For xs:time, the normalization from 24:00:00 to 00:00:00 happens before the xs:time is converted into an xs:dateTime for the purpose of the equality comparison. If a processor limits the number of digits allowed in the representation of xs:integer and xs:decimal then overflow and underflow situations can arise when it tries to execute the functions in. Properties This function is , , and. The error is always classified as a dynamic error, even if the error code used is one that is normally used for static errors or type errors. For example, if the input string is The quick brown fox jumps and the regular expression is jump jumps, then the match that is chosen is jump. The repeatability of the results of function calls in different execution scopes is outside the scope of this specification.
Examples The expression math:tan returns. Returns the angle in radians subtended at the origin by the point on a plane with coordinates x, y and the positive x-axis, the result being in the range - π to + π. Many characters of class Ll lack uppercase equivalents in the Unicode case mapping tables; many characters of class Lu lack lowercase equivalents. The expression math:tan -math:pi div 4 returns -1. The first d is replaced. Returns the xs:date that is a given duration before a specified xs:date or after, if the duration is negative.
In the table, each type whose name is indented is derived from the type whose name appears nearest above it with one less level of indentation. The collation used by this function is determined according to the rules in. Where the specification defines behavior conditional on two function items being identical, the determination of identity is to some degree implementation-dependent. The expression math:pow 16, 0. This is probably not what the user intended because all of the delimiters have been encoded. Returns the day component of an xs:dateTime. More specifically, the function starts at the beginning of the input string and attempts to find the first substring that matches the regular expression.
As with functions that depend on collations, a single call will produce the same results on each call if the explicit arguments are the same, but two calls appearing in different places in the source code may produce different results. This document was produced by groups operating under the. No error occurs if the implementation does not define any interpretation for the defined string. If the s flag is not specified, the meta-character. This is partly because the primary use case is for maps, where only equality comparisons are required, and partly to allow the use of binary data types which are currently unordered types for the result. In the absence of back-references see below , the presence of the optional? Example The transformation yields the following result: Precedence order from highest precedence to lowest between Boolean and comparison operators is shown in the following table. The base-uri property for all other node kinds is the empty sequence.
This publication differs from its version 3. Save the file as SampleSchema1. The basic rules for addition, subtraction, and multiplication of ordinary numbers are not set out in this specification; they are taken as given. When values whose type is xs:string or a type derived from xs:string are compared or, equivalently, sorted , the comparisons are inherently performed according to some collation even if that collation is defined entirely on codepoint values. Each such character in the string is replaced with its percent-encoded form as described in. This rule may occasionally lead to surprises.
Properties This function is , , and. If the conversion to xs:double fails, the xs:double value NaN is returned. The expression math:tan math:pi returns 0. The expression fn:string-join 'Blow, ', 'blow, ', 'thou ', 'winter ', 'wind! Note: The set of codepoints is thus wider than the set of characters. . The signatures are presented first, followed by the rules which apply to each of the functions.
The order relation on yearMonthDuration is a total order. The expression math:cos math:pi returns -1. Notes The treatment of the invalidOperation exception is defined in. The function returns an element node whose local name is analyze-string-result. This document has been reviewed by W3C Members, by software developers, and by other W3C groups and interested parties, and is endorsed by the Director as a W3C Recommendation. The expression fn:concat 'Ingratitude, ', 'thou ', 'marble-hearted', ' fiend! This value is referred to as the local value in that the value retains its original timezone.