Re: Looking for an example of a name colliision
John Cowan <cowan@m...> wrote: | Arjun Ray scripsit: | |> Yup. It can be as simple as that. The XSLT case is actually easier than |> the general problem, because there are no overlaps. All XSLT needs is the |> moral equivalent of Lisp's quote/backquote operator. | | Pooh. That only works because ` (in Lisp) or ` and UNQUOTE (in Scheme) | are reserved names. I didn't merely say "operator". I said "moral equivalent". | XSLT has no reserved names, not even its own. It merely requires that not | *every* possible name be used. A control attribute is all the moral equivalent needed.
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