At 11:33 AM 6/6/2002 -0500, Cheryl Denski wrote:
>I'm new to XML and so I'm confused. You reference ISBN
>1-894049-08-X Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath in your
>closing signature, Isn't this the W3C XML Schema?
XSLT and XPath are very different specifications from W3C XML Schema.
XSLT is Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations:
XSLT is commonly used to transform XML documents (or the information they
contain) from one XML format to another.
XPath is a vocabulary for identifying the parts of XML documents to be used
in those XSLT transformations:
W3C XML Schema is a set of specifications for describing XML document
structures and their content:
W3C XML Schema does use a subset of XPath for a few of its operations, it
is a very very different specification from XSLT.
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