How powerful is this XSLT?
In response to the question " How powerful is this XSLT?" David Carlisle writes: > it's Turing complete (bar memory limits) so you could in principle code > a simulation of a JVM and then run the xt classes in saxon, or vice > versa. Might not be particularly fast though. Not quite. For we would still have to write the XSL for whatever it was that we were trying to accomplish in the first place. And it's the possiblity of *that* that the question seems to be addressing. Jeff XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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