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

Warden, Matt mwarden at odyssey-design.com
Mon Oct 30 13:32:22 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
> of the paper at this URL:
> http://www.studioid.com/v2/words/xsl/
> -Mike

I've heard people say that XSL (the stylesheet language), XSLT, and XPath
aren't all grouped under XSL. Then, I've heard others say that each is just a
part of a higher group of XSL. I think it stems from how XSL developed. Know
what the "correct" thought is as of now?


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