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Subject: Re: How smart are the XSLT processors? Are there any XSLT processors that convert tree-recursive functions into efficient iterative procedures?
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 09:48:51 +0100
Re:  How smart are the XSLT processors? Are there any X
On 29/04/2010 03:17, Markus Flatscher wrote:
Dear David,

Can you quickly point me to somewhere (just a list thread or something)
where your pet peeve about using xsl:variable with content is explained?
At my current learning stage, that would be very helpful to me,
especially since I do what I'm not supposed to do a lot, and I'd like to
learn how to do it better. Also, other than reading (and understanding)
the specs, is there any recommended reading you have for intermediate
users of XPath/XQuery/XSLT2? Or should we just keep re-reading Mr.
Michael Kay?

searching for xsl:variable content from:carlisle from:kay turns up several threads eg this one:


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