Re: Question of performance
They are of some 15 lines about which 5 of them are context dependent. My thought is that the rest of the 10 lines may be put into a separate variable that can be declared globaly (that is, if performance will be better).
This is the amount of complexity in the variables.
On the same subject, I have a function (template) that is called recursively which also has a variable, ...Aposthrophe>'</xsl:variable> that is used in the template to escape aposthrophes in a string:
As the variable is declared in the top of the template, is this declaration processed each time (I think that it must) and would the code be faster, though less maintainable, if I declare this (static) variable globally?
Is there a rule of thomb about when it is best to declare variables in xsl in their scope for better perofrmance compared to how readable the code in question is to be.
From: ronald heller <ronald@xxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Question of performance Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 09:53:27 +0100
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