Re: Simple Conditionals
> In the following example you gave in response to ______?'s question, > does the xsl spec make any distinction between double and single quotes > like other languages? The parts of XSL that use XML obviously don't make a distinction (as you note). The parts of XSL that don't (like the pattern syntax) don't either. *However* that hasn't been my experience using XT. (I'm not saying that XT has a bug, though) I haven't really tested it out but I found that I had problems using ' within a pattern (for tests) and got it working using " (and then using ' for the attribute value delimiter). I've also had no problems using " within patterns, which makes sense as the application (like an XSL engine) would never see the entity reference, the processor would just give it a ". James XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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