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Sams Teach Yourself XSLT in 21 Days by Michiel van Otegem

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Day 20 Working with Different Processors

Yesterday you learned about processor extensions. These extensions are not part of the XSLT language, but enhancements that make some otherwise complicated XSLT tasks easy or even impossible tasks possible. Processor extensions are processor dependent, so in a cross-platform, cross-processor environment, they are useless.

Extensions aren’t the only things that make processors different. Because the XSLT specification is open for interpretation, processors can differ somewhat in how certain functionality is implemented. These differences don’t mean that your code will work in one processor and not in another, but they have bearing on the resulting output. This lesson looks at some of the differences and ...

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