RE: !!!counters in XSL!!!
> > Please, spend the time to learn XSLT properly. Many of these problems > can be easily solved with a correct understanding of things like > position() and xsl:number. Where those do not work, a recursive > solution is often best. You may have learned from other languages > that recursion is bad: this is NOT true for XSL. The language is > carefully designed so that the XSLT processor can convert what you > write as recursion into a loop. > True, but for simple known iterations (and short) the proposed way it's not bad at all, at least for me..it's way less verbose than a recursive iteration ( the verbiage on the example was mine , the code it's significantly shorter than a recursive solution ) It seems to me you are kind of XSL fundamentalist ? well is it not my case, i'm truly open to EVERY posible solution..if you have a simpler way to put up the *same* example stylesheet, with the same usefulness .. well write it to the list..or illuminate me with your truly high view or point me what is incorrect on my stylesheet ( apart that you dont like way it's written ) , i'll be glad to learn from you..but that it's not the case.. Thanks god, you and i are not alone on this list..;) > you write the spec in Fortran ;-) Fortan, Fortran .....what is Fortran ? :) Saludos , Ignacio J. Ortega XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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