Can someone please explain:
<xsl:template match="*" />
I was looking at an xsl file; it had the above line and right above it the
<!-- The template with match="*" below is a fail-safe. If at any point we
get to a node in the XML tree that doesn't match any of our template match
statements, we replace that node with blank space. -->
This is in the context of going through an xml file and creating an html
table. I think I understand what this means, but when (or maybe even why)
would a condition like this happen? I commented out <xsl:template match="*"
/> and I still got the same table.
Thanks in advance,
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