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Please help me in understanding the following question.
Q.32. A single XSL transformation step is preferable when:
a. memory is highly constrained
b. processing logic is highly modular
c. processing logic is highly interrelated
d. XML documents are extremely large.
What does the single transformation step mean?
Thx in advance.
sanjay
 
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I also wonder... It doesn't seem to be a standard term. The most reasonable interpretation i have is that by "single transformation step" they mean one XSLT stylesheet applying. As opposed to a chain of stylesheets.
 
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