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Re: LINQ to XML versus XSLT

Subject: Re: LINQ to XML versus XSLT
From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 16:25:26 +0100
Re:  LINQ to XML versus XSLT
>>>>> "Scott" == Scott Trenda <Scott.Trenda@xxxxxxxx> writes:

    Scott> I mean a language, to be used on the server side on web
    Scott> servers, that can talk to the database, the file system,
    Scott> and other protocols, and dynamically assemble an HTML or
    Scott> XML view of a requested page to be delivered to the
    Scott> client. 


    Scott> Also, I don't claim to know why you think preprocessors are
    Scott> "just bad", but just because many of the current
    Scott> implementations are ugly doesn't make the idea flawed.

Ready any text book on the subject.
Colin Adams
Preston Lancashire

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