[xsl] newbie question

Subject: [xsl] newbie question
From: "Mark Hutchinson" <markh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 21:47:17 +0100
I'm sure this will be a "no brainer" for those that have been using XSLT for
more than an hour or so - here goes ...

I have the following XML


<proof aaa="111" bbb="222" ccc="333">


I assume that if I use xsl:element and xsl:attribute I can output the tag
and its attributes. I have tried copy-of but that copies the whole tag,
attributes and its contents but, it seems I can't do anything to the tags
that are contained within "proof".

If my assumption is correct about xsl:element / attribute how can I
reproduce an arbitrary set of attributes?

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