RE: [xsl] A Question **TO** XSLT Newbies

Subject: RE: [xsl] A Question **TO** XSLT Newbies
From: "Boris Kortiak" <boriskor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 11:01:00 -0400
This seems like a reasonable approach to teaching the material.  The more
methods available to learn from, the greater the chances that I will find a
method I understand and am more likely to use.

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> Subject: [xsl] A Question **TO** XSLT Newbies
> Maybe I should have titled this post "Learning to think declaratively".
> I would be very interested to receive reactions of XSLT newbies to
> something I am exploring as a way to help newcomers to XSLT to be able to
> help themselves in solving XSLT programming tasks. I know many newcomers
> to
> mailing lists much prefer simply to lurk, so replies on or off list are
> equally welcome.
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