RE: [xsl] Re:

Subject: RE: [xsl] Re:
From: "Kevin Nardi" <kevnardi@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 12:53:48 -0700
Maybe it'll help you to think of the following C/C++/Java construct:

y = (x == a? c : d)


Funny that you mention that, because most people that I know regard the ternary operator as hard to read, awkward, and generally bad form. :)

I can understand why XSL works the way it does though. This is just my first time ever dealing with a language that isn't like C at all.

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