Re: [xsl] Re:

Subject: Re: [xsl] Re:
From: RSuiter@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 09:34:24 -0600
Jeni said in response to a query from Frank Stein about scripting,

>  There's nothing in XSLT that interprets the content of an element as
> something to run: calls to functions are *always* in attribute values.

This set of two lightbulbs in my head:

1.  She can say this because XSLT is XML, so that (for example) select
="foo" is an attribute of the element xsl:value-of.
2.  Failing to remember this is one reason why people get so confused about
how to understand XSLT.

 Thanks again, Jeni, for making things easier for the rest of us.

Rick Suiter

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