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Re: XSLT and the 80/20 point (was RE: Tim Bray on"Which Technologies Mat

Re: XSLT and the 80/20 point (was RE: Tim Bray on"Which Technologies Mat
3/18/2002 1:07:40 PM, "Evan Lenz" <elenz@x...> wrote:

> On the other hand, difficulty of comprehension should not be a
>criterion. XSLT is a difficult language, because its most powerful
>mechanism--template rules--is new and unusual to many programmers, and
>therefore hard to learn.

Fair enough.  I'll gladly concede the point.  Thanks for reminding us 
that something can be difficult for the uninitiated to grasp, but 
still hit the 80/20 point.


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