Re: Schema, BNF and parsing
> >I don't have examples handy either, but I'll bet Michael's approach will >apply in your situation. The long form of learning to do this is to study >software engineering, of course. But a couple "25 words or less" steps you >can take might be: > Or maybe learn what BNF is which gives an idea of grammars which will lead to the concepts of abstraction you need. You don't need a degree in Comp Sci for that :-) The people who wrote the 2666 lines of XSLT all have degrees in Comp Sci, so that maybe isn't an answer... andrew
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