Re: Possible to pass 'empty sequence' to function?
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 11:58 AM
Subject: RE: Possible to pass 'empty sequence' to function?
if you don't use as then an xsl:variable with content and no select attribute produces a temporary tree, what we used to lovingly call a result tree fragment.
Is this really the case? Does it really mean that the processor doesn't construct the temporary tree (and then atomise it?) - if so then it's really useful.
Yes, he didn't just make that up :) A not so fond farewell, more of a good riddance, to result tree fragments.
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