RE: Designs for XSLT functions (Was: Re: RE: syntax su
> It's crucial that the conditional operator only evaluates one > of it's clauses. > Otherwise you could not use it for recursive functions. Also you would > need that behaviour particulary when one of the claues had a > side effect > (using the more common definition :-). It's also important where one branch will cause an error. This is why XPath defines order of execution for "and" and "or". It means one can safely write if (function-available('exsl:eval'), xsl:eval('magic'), '****') Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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