Tests whether two sequences contain the same nodes, in the same order.
has-same-nodes($arg1 as node()*, $arg2 as node()*) ➔ xs:boolean
The first sequence
The second sequence
Notes on the Saxon implementation
Available since before Saxon 8.0.
This function returns a boolean that is true if and only if
$arg2 contain the same sequence of nodes in the same order. Nodes are
compared by identity, not by content. Note this is quite different from both the
=" operator, which tests whether there is a pair of nodes with the same
string-value, and also the fn:deep-equal() function, which compares nodes pairwise but by content.