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XSLT: Working with XML and HTML

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Khun states, 80% of any task can be completed using 20% of the available
tools. This book gives you that and another 10% to develop an XSLT based
site. The coverage of using XSLT to render XHTML documents, Text
documents, SVG Objects and PDF documents is just enough to leave you wanting
A complete case study of an existing site makes the examples really come to
life. The Appendix "XSLT and XPATH Reference" groups the available
functionality in an easy to locate section with examples for each. This in
itself makes the book almost invaluable as a daily reference. It will
definitely get its dog-ears on my shelf.(Carl Trusiak - sheriff, Feb 2001)

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