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Subject: Re: For-each and keys()
From: Steve <subsume@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 12:54:26 -0400
Re:  For-each and keys()
On 8/2/06, G. Ken Holman <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
At 2006-08-02 12:06 -0400, Steve wrote:
Hey, it was enough for me not to be willing to
work with something that already has errors.  Why
put people to work fixing something that is
already broken such that one cannot even help
towards the problem you cite?  How do we know you
even have working code if it has syntax
errors?  Are you asking for assistance or are you
asking us to do all your work for you?

We are talking about a capitalized D here! Forgive me as I am not perfect and in doing some quick and dirty pattern matching to make my code look pretty a D was capitalized.

I'm with David ... you can help others help you
by posting an illustration of working input files
and expected results, and a working stylesheet
even if it doesn't do what you want.  Look at
what I did in my post to you here:


You will see a transcript at the bottom where I
type the source file, type the stylesheet file,
and reveal the end results as the execution of an
XSLT processor.  Anyone working with the archives
can now extract those working components, get it
working in their system, and expand on it from there for their specific issues.

Is that so hard, and so unreasonable to
expect?  How can you expect people to respond if
you don't make it easy for them to do so?

I am not working with a command line.

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