RE: [xsl] On XSLT 2.0 Writing Styles

Subject: RE: [xsl] On XSLT 2.0 Writing Styles
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 08:27:57 +0100
> In XSLT 2.0 the programmer has the choice to write the same 
> code in two
> different styles as below:

if then else

 (?query style?)
> and


?? xslt style ??

> Which one of these two styles should be preferred?

In terms of readability, I'd go for the xslt style?

Probably because its 'xml' syntax that I recognise,
i.e. familiar ground.

More a question of readability and ease of generation?
  I can get tool help to use choose... otherwise,
I can't writing plain strings in attributes.
My 2Euro's worth.
regards DaveP


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