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I like to learn 'new' stuff by looking at small examples, not to invent the wheel again myself.
I found several examples by help of 'search'-machines. But an edited list with short comments of what (topic) is where to be 'found'
would be nice, though I imagine that it is done already somewhere. So the problem is where is somewhere ?
 
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Hi Peter,
Have you tried the XML Link page here on JavaRanch?
Hope that helps.
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Peter, when you sad �topic� what did you mean?
If you are looking for illustrations, how each XSL element works, VB XML has a list of all XSL element and for some of them (not for all ) there are examples: http://www.vbxml.com/xsl/XSLTRef.asp
If you have a specific question and wants to know �how do I...� (for example, �How to get XSL table with alternating rows highlighted� � from this forum)
the best source I found until now is: http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/index.html
If you have general interest what folk can do with XML/XSL,
1. http://www.xmlpitstop.com/default.asp?DataType=XMLEXAMPLES
each example has a description, what it does and what technologies were used
2. http://wwbota.free.fr/XSLT_models/README.htm � also has short descritions
3. And here is a list of monstrous XML applications with code (serious developers only ) http://www.devx.com/free/codelib/default.asp?dir_id=1059&showResType=0
 
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Thanks Jana & Mapraputa
These are really helping links
 
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