Code Inspection: Implicit type conversion
Reports implicit conversions between the predefined XPath-types
NODESET. Helps to write XSLT scripts that are more expressive about types and prevents subtle bugs:
is not the same as
The first test checks whether the element "foo" exists (
count(foo) > 0); the latter one however is only true if the element actually contains any text (
string-length(foo) > 0). Suggests making the type conversion more explicit.
Use the following options to configure the inspection:
Enable or disable implicit conversions between certain types
Always report explicit conversions that do not result in the actually expected type, for example,
<xsl:if test="number(foo)" />
Ignore conversion from
BOOLEANby using the
string()function as a shortcut for writing
string-length() > 0.
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