Re: s-expressions and XML was Re: terra incognita
> There are many similarities between LISP and XSLT, I'd probably have said "Prolog" ... it's single-assignment (LISP isn't), has pattern matching as its fundamental idiom (LISP doesn't), and even uses N-ary trees (OK, LISP fakes them :). - Dave
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