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Learning by Example

 
C Kutler
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The easiest way for me to figure out how to do something is to find an example for a similar thing. Does anyone know of web sites with good examples?
 
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I like this xslt site. It lets you choose an XSLT element/function/axes/operator. You see a description and a cross references to examples that use it.
 
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There is an online copy of Processing XML with Java by Elliotte Rusty Harold, that has a lot of examples.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
I like this xslt site.

The rare cases I've worked with xslt, this was a very helpfull site.
But I hav a doubt: Does it contain xslt-2.0 specification?
Doesn't seem to update very often, last time.

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Axel,
I don't think it does. But I use it for the core parts of XSLT which don't change.
 
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