[thelist] XSL=Programming Lang (was XML/ XSL and ASP question)

Michael Angeles angeles at lucent.com
Mon Oct 30 13:11:46 CST 2000

Actually, I think XPATH is the general expression language. XSL is a way to
specify output styles, and consists of 1. The XSL standard, 2. XSLT
(Transformations), 3. XPATH. I have a short list of a few tutorials at the end
of the paper at this URL:



"Warden, Matt" wrote:
> > xsl isn't a programming language
> Really? Hmmmm... I don't think I agree with that. Shoot, XSL even has for
> loops, variables, "regular expressions", and the ability to append nodes to
> node trees and (depending on output) XML to XML files.
> I kinda always thought of XSL as a programming language. Others?
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