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Re: What niche is XQuery targeting?

niche targeting
>> First, please let me remember you that XSLT is not XML
>> in it's entirety EITHER. Do you forget that the path
>> expressions remain unparsed strings  and appear as
>> attribute values !?
> I *think* attributes are still part of XML?

Yes, last time I checked :-)

I think I wasn't clear enough. The fact that the program is half
preparsed and encoded in XML, and half unparsed and contained
in strings, makes impossible certain queries over XSLTs (unless
parsing the attribute values). See the example I just gave to Michael 

Best regards,


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