RE: First character in a word as capital-letter.
I think it's true to say that practices like this were commonplace five years ago when many of these examples were written - they are still commonplace today, but no longer regarded as good practice. Michael Kay > -----Original Message----- > From: Joris Gillis [mailto:roac@xxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 13 September 2005 13:58 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: First character in a word as capital-letter. > > Tempore 14:43:38, die 09/13/2005 AD, hinc in > xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx scripsit Michael Kay > <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: > > > I too have become a great believer in CSS. > > I'm glad to hear that. You nearly gave me a heart attack when > I encoutered the following code in your - in all other > aspects excellent - XSLT 2.0 book (3rd edition): > > <xsl:variable name="table-heading"> > <tr> > <td><b>Date</b></td> > <td><b>Home Team</b></td> > <td><b>Away Team</b></td> > <td><b>Result</b></td> > </tr> > </xsl:variable> > (p. 248) > > The output produced with the "Numbering the lines of a poem" > example (p.371) isn't really orthodox either. > > food for (4rd edition)? > > regards, > -- > Joris Gillis (http://users.telenet.be/root-jg/me.html) > <Et ipsa scientia potestas est> - Francis Bacon , Meditationes sacrae
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