Re: Benefits of using xsl:key
Michael Kay wrote: > The exact way in which you created this file is probably very important. If > you did it by naive copy-and-paste, then it's likely that the duplicate > values in the file are very close to each other and that the distance > between duplicates is consistently small. I just pasted the three lines four times, then those lines 10 times, then those lines 10 times, etc. The data set is admittedly only good enough to demonstrate in a classroom that xsl:key can be useful, but it is not fair to use this "dummy" data set to test optimization of an XSLT processor. Cheers, Jesper Tverskov
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