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RE: Role of XSLT?

Subject: RE: Role of XSLT?
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 15:40:24 -0500
RE:  Role of XSLT?

I'm American, and I have to say I detect no such "thinly veiled hatred" in Mike's post (either this one or in "everything he says").

On the contrary, here I only detected a slight tweaking of the way us 'merkans are observed to use the (so-called) "English" language. Hardly a hatred of us. Rather more like the grampaw whose youngun's done run oft 'n' made good fer himself ... can't help but draw attention to his funny suit of clothes.


At 03:30 PM 10/28/2002, you wrote:
Why does everything you say seem to contain some thinly veiled hatred of
Reading his post, I received no indication that he meant foreign.
Just a question.


Mike Kay said:
>> international clients I have still another stylesheet which
>> converts prices to the appropriate currency.

>Lovely example of the American use of "international" to mean

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