Re: [xslt] Identical separators in format-number() and decimal-format

On Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 12:36:05PM +0100, Tony Marston wrote:
> Which interpretation is correct? Which interpretation is the most logical?

  This list is not the best resource to ask for grey areas in the
XSLT-1.0 spec. For XSLT-2.0 it's simply not implemented in libxslt.

"If you need help with the XSLT language itself, here are a number of useful resources:

    * I strongly suggest to subscribe to XSL-list, check the XSL-list archives
    * The XSL FAQ.
    * The tutorial written by Paul Grosso and Norman Walsh is a very good
      on-line introdution to the language.
    * The only Zvon XSLT tutorial details a lot of constructs with examples.
    * Jeni Tennison's XSLT pages provide links to a lot of answers
    * the Gallery of XSLT Tricks provides non-standard use case of XSLT
    * And I suggest to buy Michael Kay "XSLT Programmer's Reference" book
      published by Wrox if you plan to work seriously with XSLT in the future.

  Those recommendations still apply, the original page on-line has all
the links lost in my copy to this mail, please read and follow,

> Which interpretation is easiest to implement?

  That's a very wrong question to ask !



Daniel Veillard      | Red Hat Desktop team
veillard redhat com  | libxml GNOME XML XSLT toolkit | Rpmfind RPM search engine

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