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Re: What do you call a stylesheet that doesn't require

Subject: Re: What do you call a stylesheet that doesn't require an input XML?
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 11:35:50 -0400
Re:  What do you call a stylesheet that doesn't require

At 10:50 AM 10/27/2005, was written:
> How about these?
> Lazy (won't do nothin' unless someone gives me some XML)
> Ambitious (gonna go get my own XML!)
> Snobby (too good to associate with other files)

Ha! Fantastic.. "Snobby" gets my vote.



Actually we've always had these; it's only that in the past we've had to provide a nominal source such as the stylesheet itself.

For example, the stylesheet at

Or (ones I've written) a Fibonacci-series stylesheet, or a Sierpinsky-triangle-generating stylesheet (makes SVG)....


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