RE: Variables and constants
Well I would disagree about the call-templates issue. That one also fits something very common in stylesheet areas -- named templates to do repetitive formatting. I personally have used it to set up the code for standard HTML headers/footers when the stylesheet was producing lots of pages and different elements could kick off a page. I guess this is sort of 'procedural' but I never looked at it that way... Sara >John Lam said: > Hmmm ... it would also seem to me that the presence of > <xsl:call-template> > is a compromise that allows procedural programmers to adjust > to XSLT faster. > I can't see any other really compelling reasons for its > existence. Please > correct me if I'm wrong here. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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