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element-available( ) function: 8.1.1.2. Example: Using extension functions from multiple processors
C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
element nodes (XPath): 3.1.2. Element Nodes
B.1.2. Element Nodes
elements
complete reference to: A. XSLT Reference
converting attributes to: D.2. How Do I Convert All Attributes to Elements?
grouping: 6. Sorting and Grouping Elements
6.2. Grouping Nodes
linking: 5. Creating Links and Cross-References
listing, how to guide for: D.3. How Do I List All the Elements in an XML Document?
rules governing: 1.2.2.1. An XML document must be contained in a single element
sorting: 6. Sorting and Grouping Elements
using <xsl:sort> element: 6.1. Sorting Data with <xsl:sort>
vs. tags: 1.2.2.10. Tags versus elements
email panel (tutorials): 9.3.5. Email Panel
entity references: 3. XPath: A Syntax for Describing Needles and Haystacks
error checking/handling, functions for: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions
examples
databases, accessing with extension elements: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element
document( ) function, using: 7.2. The document() Function
extensions, writing in various scripting languages: 8.1.2.2. Example: Writing extensions in other languages
JPEG files, generating: 8.3.1. Generating JPEG Files from XML Content
multiple output files, generating: 8.1.1.1. Example: Generating multiple output files
postal addresses
grouping: 6.2.1. Our First Attempt
sorting: 6.1.1. Our First Example
6.1.3. Another Example
"Hello World" sample document, converting into various formats: 2. The Obligatory Hello World Example
recursion, using: 4.6. Using Recursion to Do Most Anything
stylesheet emulating for loop: 4.7. A Stylesheet That Emulates a for Loop
stylesheet-generating stylesheet with for loop emulation: 4.8. A Stylesheet That Generates a Stylesheet That Emulates a for Loop
trigonometric functions, writing extension for: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions
exceptions: 1.2.2. XML Document Rules
expression operators: B.4.3. Expression Operators
expressions, XPath: 3. XPath: A Syntax for Describing Needles and Haystacks
EXSLT project: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element
Extensible Markup Language (see XML)
Extensible Stylesheet Language for Transformations (see XSLT)
extension elements: 8.1. Extension Elements, Extension Functions, and Fallback Processing
8.1. Extension Elements, Extension Functions, and Fallback Processing
(see also extensions for XSLT)
databases, accessing with: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element
defining for processors: 8.1.1.2. Example: Using extension functions from multiple processors
efforts to standardize: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element
multiple XSLT processors and: 8.1.1.2. Example: Using extension functions from multiple processors
extension functions: 5.2.3.5. Solution #4: Use an extension function
8.1. Extension Elements, Extension Functions, and Fallback Processing
8.1.2. Extension Functions
8.1.2. Extension Functions
(see also extensions for XSLT)
efforts to standardize: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element
JPEG files and: 8.3.1. Generating JPEG Files from XML Content
writing in various scripting languages: 8.1.2.2. Example: Writing extensions in other languages
extensions for XSLT: 8. Extending XSLT
efforts to standardize: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element


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