Subject: [xsl] Re: Benefits of xsl.sequence|
From: "Vladimir Nesterovsky" <vladimir@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 09:56:02 +0300
I understand the benefits of sequences in XSLT 2.0 when they work like arrays, and I understand the difference between xsl:value-of creating a text node and xsl:sequence creating atom values. But do we have good examples proving that the last in many situations like in xsl:function is much more efficient or have other benefits?
<xsl:function name="t:add" as="xs:integer"> <xsl:param name="first" as="xs:integer"/> <xsl:param name="second" as="xs:integer"/>
<xsl:sequence select="$first + $second"/> </xsl:function/>
<xsl:for-each select="1 to t:add($first, $second)"> ... </xsl:for-each>
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