understanding xsl RRS feed

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  • Hello.
    Is a a week I study the xsl.
    There are some things that I did not understand the xml processing in general.

    1) If I use the template, there is an order of execution of templates?
    working on C + + and in the past on the database there is always the idea of a cursor that moves and makes a current action to be performed on those data: read, update, delete etc. .... I can see the changes in the same way? Or do you think is not a good model, because I also seemed to understand that it is not.
    I begin to understand the cascade of c css in the sense of the passage of a series of template template elements with xsl: apply-templates or instructions of this genere.ma even so I can not understand
    1) the child inherits all the styles of the father?
    2) with xsl: apply-templates can restrict the data passed to the next template
    3) the templates have an order?
    2) What is the mode=...?
    3) What does  <xsl: copy-of?
    if you want to answer a question or recommend to me a good book or good documentation I am grateful.
    Tuesday, February 22, 2011 1:57 PM

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  • Michael Kay's book on Xslt are pretty good. Note that there is no support for Xslt 2.0 on Microsoft platform though.


    Thursday, February 24, 2011 6:56 AM