Re: Hello XQuery ... Goodbye XSLT?
Roger L. Costello wrote: > Is the intent of the W3 to deprecate (i.e., eliminate) XSLT once XQuery > is released? Certainly not. XSLT is very good for the kinds of transformations used when converting irregular document structures before formatting a document. Which is, of course, what it was designed for. You can, in fact, write these transformations in XQuery, but not as easily. FWIW, do you think we should deprecate every programming language whose functionality is equivalent to that of Java? Jonathan
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