xslt core and intuition was RE: Reference to variable
>No matter how you explain it, there's nothing really intuitive about it; >it's >just the way things are; you have to state that the top-level bindings are >global, yet overridable within a template, no? The question is if that is something that should be intuitive. Intuitive aspects of a language are those things that you can intuit once a core understanding of the language is achieved. Here is something I wonder about as I don't know that my own experience is something to go by: What do people think is a required level of understanding (the core) of xslt beyond which one can intuit the rest. And how much of xslt do people think can be intuited. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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