RE: [xsl] how do you redefine a variable

Subject: RE: [xsl] how do you redefine a variable
From: Don Bruey <dbruey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 13:55:02 -0500

It's not unusual for someone new to XSL to post a number
of fundamental questions to the list on the same day or over a few
days.  It has happened at least twice in the last month, and others
have also gotten the "read a book" response.  (This response
is unnecessary - this is a volunteer group here.)  If you make an effort
to show your XML and XSL and then ask a reasonable question about it
you will probably find at least one person willing to try to help you.  
Your postings gave XML and/or XSL and asked specific questions
which were worthy of responses.

>From: Daniel Newman [mailto:daniel.newman@xxxxxxxxxxx]
>I have. In fact, I've read so much s*** over the past two days, I don't
>which way is up, and which way is down. I have some (what I think are)
>easy questions. I've read the "basic" introductions, and they tell me
>nothing. I've tried to read the more in depth descriptions, but I'm not at
>that level yet, so most of it doesn't make any sense.
>I'd like to thank all those people who have been helpful today, as I've
>nearly completed this stylesheet. 

>>From: Ben
>>You can't. Daniel - how about you go and read the spec? Or at the very
>>least, the FAQs and the MS SDK...

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