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Re: Compound filter in for-each

Subject: Re: Compound filter in for-each
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 18:16:31 -0400
Re:  Compound filter in for-each

At 04:44 PM 3/26/2009, you wrote:
Out of interest (and to facilitate further understanding) would you be kind enough to illustrate how you would approach my filtering problem with template matching rather than with xsl:choose?

It's likely that you could inspire a small friendly competition along those lines, but might you post a small sample of input data, with a prose spec and/or sample of desired results, to encourage those who might be inclined to try their hand?

As I said, your problem isn't the kind of problem that lends itself to templates: it's more of a "pull" than a "push". Learn about this distinction at (just a more-or-less random grab)


Nonetheless it's quite possible that someone practiced in the arts could make some nice template-driven logic for your case. This would depend on the details of your spec. Keep in mind that template matching really becomes useful as transformation problems become complex; when they're simple there's not always much evident gain.


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