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Re: Balanced Two column tables
Subject: Re: Balanced Two column tables|
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 15:50:47 GMT
> Is it possible to achieve the same results, but after first
without wanting to start another thread on the merits of xsl wrt perl or
omnimark, I think it's fair to say xslt isn't too happy processing a
sorted node list.
The answer to your question is yes (I think)
but before answering that, are you prepared to use extensions such as
the node-set() function available in xt, saxon, xalan (and in msxml2 in
a rather odd way) Given this bit of help your existing stylesheet
can trivially be made to work on the sorted list.
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