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Although XML has been gathering heaps of praise as the next "big thing," the Extensible Style Language (XSL) has been lurking quietly, waiting to be noticed. XSL is a language for translating XML from one format into another. For example, you might have a set of XML tags that describe a person (
<firstName>, <lastName>, and so on) and you want to represent those tags with HTML. You can create a stylesheet to tell the XSL processor how to translate the person XML into HTML.
There are actually ...