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Re: XSLT For-Loop technique

xslt for loop
[Matt XML]

> What is the best way (if there is one) to implement the equivalent of a
> for-loop in xslt?

It's usually xsl:apply-templates, but sometimes it's desirable to use
xsl:for-each instead.  There are some subtleties in each one's use, but most
people advise the use of xsl:apply-templates unless you actually need

xslt questions are best asked on the Mulberry xslt list - this question
comes up often enough, you can search the archives and xslt FAQ sites (like
the dpawson site).


Tom P


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