RE: nested templates?
>The above seems to be illegal, though I can't think of a good reason why. > i've often wondered that myself it would get around a lot of problems and avoid a lot of cases where you need to use modes
But, hypothetically, what would be the difference between these hypothetical nested-and-scoped templates, and the not-so-hypothetical (but often misapplied, and hence warned-against) xsl:for-each?
I suppose it would be okay for beginners to use nested templates? :->
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