Subject: HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: Marco.Mistroni@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 16:55:56 +0300
Hi all,
	I need urgent help: I must generate an HTML file from an XML
file.... But  the HTML file must contains a script for modifying something
in the HTML file
How can I do that with XSL??
And also, previously there was a tag <xsl:functions> but in the last draft
it has been removed
Do I have to use xsl:script???? And if so, how can I use it?? Forgive me but
I am a bit new of the subject of XSL
Reply me soon
-----Original Message-----
From:	EXT Kay Michael [mailto:Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx]
Sent:	14. July 1999 15:58
To:	'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject:	RE: XSLT:  conversion:  string variable to selection pattern

> <xml:template name="myTemplate" match="$myString">
> The above syntax doesn't work;  is there a way to explicitly 
> convert my string variable into a reference pattern

No. There is no way to construct an expression or pattern in XSLT at
run-time, any more than there is in (say) C or C++. XSLT is not a reflexive
language, the stylesheet has no access to itself.

If you really need this, the only solution is to generate a stylesheet and
then execute it.

Mike Kay 

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