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Re: Part A - Generic parse.allXML function

Subject: Re: Part A - Generic parse.allXML function
From: "Matthew MacKenzie" <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 8 May 1999 17:19:21 -0300
mckenzie part a
<original>

Below is the XSL for (almost) parsing any incoming XML
and displaying it indented and highlighted.

The script stopped working in the final release of IE5.0
becuase the nodename and attribute functions it was using
disappeared!!?

I hacked at it to at least get something running - giving my
time / knowledge constraints and what I could find syntax wise
at Microsofts web site.

Does anyone have a better version of the below???

Would great appreciate same.

Thanks, DW.
</original>

Why not just use the default stylesheet that IE5 uses?  It will apply it
automagically, or you can download it from the MS XML site.  It seems to
offer something along the lines of what you want.

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Matthew MacKenzie
matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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