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xslt for dummies
Glossary
XSLT For Dummies
by Richard Wagner
Hungry Minds 2002
  
URI:
The way in which resources on the Web are named. The most common URIs are Web addresses ( http://www.dummies.com ), which are also known as URLs.
variable:
An XSLT element that can represent a value and is defined with the xsl:variable element. For example, the variable <xsl:variable name =" myname ">Rich</xsl:variable> is named myname and has the string value of Rich .
W3C:
The primary international body that governs Internet standards.
well- formed :
A well-formed document is one that is syntactically correct; in other words, every begin tag has a matching end tag. For example:
 <book id="10101">War and Peace</book> 
XML:
A markup language that enables you to define elements that describe the data they contain.
XPath:
The language used by XSLT to describe how to locate nodes in a source XML document. Think of XPath as the spy or commando who is charged with going into an XML document and picking out the requested information for XSLT.
XSL:
The markup language charged with styling, laying out, or transforming XML documents into a form that makes sense to its intended audience. XSL is composed of two independent parts : XSLT for transforming XML from one structure to another; and XSL Formatting Objects and Formatting Properties for formatting XML documents.
XSLT:
A language used to transform XML documents into other XML documents or formats.
XSLT processor:
Software that applies an XSLT stylesheet to a source XML document to produce a result document.
  
 
 
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XSLT For Dummies
XSLT for Dummies
ISBN: 0764536516
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 148

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