RE: [xsl] separator defninition

Subject: RE: [xsl] separator defninition
From: "Michael Kay" <michael.h.kay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 15:38:30 +0100
> Like Java or any other programing lenguage, there is a 
> Underlying Os based 
> FileSeperator defined in I/O classes. Is there any way to 
> build a uri in xsl 
> with the help of bunch of strings and seperator constant.

The separator used in URIs is "/", regardless of operating system. URIs
have nothing to do with filenames, despite the fact that Microsoft
software often allows you to use them interchangeably.

Michael Kay
Software AG
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> for example to build a uri file:///c:\nilesh\index.html 

That's not a good way to write a URI.

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