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Re: [xsl] What's the best feature in XSLT 3?

2019-10-03 16:18:00
Hi again,

To agree with John (the spec is not so bad as that) but also to add,
threads like this one are invaluable.

For example, I just looked at Jirka's slides and how can I have missed
xsl:where-populated and xsl:on-empty/on-non-empty? I will use those.

Cheers, Wendell

On Thu, Oct 3, 2019 at 5:06 PM John Lumley 
<xsl-list-service(_at_)lists(_dot_)mulberrytech(_dot_)com> wrote:

Acknowledging my possible bias, if you are quite happy with most of the 
content and detail of Michael Kay’s 2.0 book, then I suggest you gently read 
your way through the XSLT3.0 and XPath3.1 specs.... You’ll have enough 
background to understand the general concepts and the ‘what’s new’ sections 
will give you pointers.

John Lumley

On 3 Oct 2019, at 21:15, Rick Quatro rick(_at_)rickquatro(_dot_)com 
<xsl-list-service(_at_)lists(_dot_)mulberrytech(_dot_)com> wrote:

Besides Liam's upcoming course, are there any definitive guides on XSLT 
3/XPath 3.1? My too best current resources are Michael Kay's book and Ken 
Holman's course on Udemy.com, which cover versions 1 and 2. Thanks for any 

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