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From "Pankaj Malhan" <pankajmal...@hotmail.com>
Subject XSL and XSLT
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2001 17:22:49 GMT

I read the book java and xml by Brett Mclaughlin.
i couldntunder the difference between XSL and XSLT. in book it is said taht 
XSL transform and translates the XML data form one format to another.
TO preform the translation an XSL document can contain formatting objects.

What is a formatting object???
XSLT is a completely textbased transformation process.

What is a textbased transformation??

What is the Difference between a XSL and XSLT.??

Like for transformation of a XML file we make a XSL (Style sheet) and To 
Xalan processor translates that to HTML.
So what is a XSL and XSLT here??

Thanks in Advance

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