RE: I was a wondering
Also, speaking as a systems analyst, showing a sample output is not the best form of program specification. It's a useful tool but not sufficient on its own; you always have the questions like "What do you want to happen if there are no <mumble> elements?" and "Is that <quote> element based on the fact that you have a <shout> attribute equal to 1, or just that the attribute exists?" and so on. An automated system where you display a sample input in one pane and a sample output in the other pane, and then you point to elements on one side or the other and associate them (e.g. by dragging and dropping), with the option to input code, sounds like an interesting project, but I definitely wouldn't do it for an in-house project. Far too much work. PC2 -----Original Message----- From: Paul Dermody [mailto:paul.dermody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: June 13, 2001 09:24 To: 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' Subject: RE: I was a wondering Thanks Paul thats pretty much what i suspected, but would come round and explain that to my boss. Cheers! XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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