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Re: Generic Notions behind Transformations?

  • From: Philip Allen <plega@d...>
  • To: XML-DEV <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 18:30:25 +0100

Re: Generic Notions behind Transformations?
David Wang wrote:

> some generic way to describe in XML some ideas such as:
> 1) concatentation/substring for strings (including reordering 
>    of strings)
> 2) "simple" mathematical abstractions for numbers (literals) 
>    and variables
You might want to try XML Script (www.xmlscript.org).  It does all of
the above, being designed primarily for generic transformations
(although it's light on the more advanced mathematical operators). 
There is a downloadable processor available on site (currently
Linux/Win32), free for non-commercial use.

Philip Allen

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