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SAX (Simple API for XML): 1.2.3. DOM and SAX
specification for: 1.2.4.4. The Simple API for XML (SAX)
Saxon processor: 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use
extension elements, defining for: 8.1.1.2. Example: Using extension functions from multiple processors
extension functions and: 8.2. Extending the Saxon Processor
global parameters and: 4.4.3.4. Saxon
sorting and: 8.2. Extending the Saxon Processor
Scalable Vector Graphics (see entries at SVG)
schemas: 1.2.2.8. Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and XML Schemas
specification for: 1.2.4.3. XML Schemas
scripting languages, writing extensions and: 8.1.2.2. Example: Writing extensions in other languages
section indexes, generating: 9.5.4. Generating the Section Indexes
section menu (tutorials): 9.3.3. Section Menu
select attribute
<xsl:for-each> element and: 4.2.3.1. <xsl:for-each> example
<xsl:param> element and: 4.4.1. Defining a Parameter in a Template
<xsl:sort> element and: 6.1.2.2. Attributes
selecting
attributes: 3.2.4.1. Selecting attributes
comments: 3.2.4.3. Selecting comments, processing instructions, and namespace nodes
namespace nodes: 3.2.4.3. Selecting comments, processing instructions, and namespace nodes
processing instructions: 3.2.4.3. Selecting comments, processing instructions, and namespace nodes
text of element: 3.2.4.2. Selecting the text of an element
self axis: 3.2.6.2. Axis roll call
SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language): 1.2.1. XML's Heritage
Simple API for XML (see SAX)
single quotes (` ')
controlling: D.13. How Do I Control Angle Brackets and Quote Marks in My Output?
literal values and: 4.5. Variables
parameters and: 4.4.1. Defining a Parameter in a Template
placing inside attribute value: D.1. How Do I Put Quotes Inside an Attribute Value?
replacing one single quote with two: 4.6.1. Implementing a String Replace Function
slash (/): 3.1.1. The Root Node
beginning absolute XPath expressions: 3.2.3. Relative and Absolute Expressions
sorting: 6. Sorting and Grouping Elements
(see also grouping)
elements: 6. Sorting and Grouping Elements
postal addresses: 6.1.1. Our First Example
6.1.3. Another Example
Saxon processor and: 8.2. Extending the Saxon Processor
with document( ) function: 7.4.1. The document() Function and Sorting
XML documents: 7.4.1. The document( ) Function and Sorting
Spanish language, sorting and: 8.2. Extending the Saxon Processor
specifications: 1.2.4. XML Standards
XPath, reference guide to: B. XPath Reference
XSLT
extensions and: 8. Extending XSLT
reference guide to: A. XSLT Reference
SQL statements: 4.6.1. Implementing a String Replace Function
square brackets [ ] enclosing predicates: 3.2.7. Predicates
Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML): 1.2.1. XML's Heritage
standards (see specifications)
starts-with( ) function: C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
<state> element: 7.4.1. The document( ) Function and Sorting
string datatype: 3.4. XPath Datatypes
converting to boolean values: 4.2.1.1. Converting to boolean values
string( ) function: C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
string-length( ) function: C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
string replace function: 4.6.1. Implementing a String Replace Function
style attribute, pie charts and: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions
stylesheets: 2. The Obligatory Hello World Example
2.1. Goals of This Chapter
associating with XML documents, specification for: 1.2.4.8. Associating stylesheets with XML documents
emulating for loop (example): 4.7. A Stylesheet That Emulates a for Loop
example of: 2.2.2. A Sample Stylesheet
alternate versions for: 2.4.7. Other Approaches
how to guide for: D. XSLT Guide
illustrating nodes: 3.5. The XPath View of an XML Document
processing of: 2.3. How a Stylesheet Is Processed
structure of: 2.4. Stylesheet Structure
stylesheet-generating with for loop emulation (example): 4.8. A Stylesheet That Generates a Stylesheet That Emulates a for Loop
Toot-O-Matic case study and: 9.2.3. See Just How Much We Could Accomplish Through Stylesheets
tutorials and, transformations for: 9.5. XSLT Source Code
using id( ) function: 5.1.3. A Stylesheet That Uses the id() Function
using key( ) function: 5.2.3. Stylesheets That Use the key() Function
substring-after( ) function: 4.6.1.1. Procedural design
5.2.3.4. Solution #3: Use recursion to process the IDREFS datatype
C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
substring-before( ) function: 4.6.1.1. Procedural design
5.2.3.4. Solution #3: Use recursion to process the IDREFS datatype
C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
substring( ) function: C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
sum( ) function: 7.2.1. An Aside: Doing Math with Recursion
C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference
suppress_errors( ) function: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions
SVG files
converting "Hello World" document into: 2.5.1. The Hello World SVG File
trigonometric functions and: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), specification for: 1.2.4.9. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
switch statement (see <xsl:choose> element)
syntax
abbreviated vs. unabbreviated: 3.2.6.1. Unabbreviated syntax
for <xsl:sort> element: 6.1.2.1. What's the deal with that syntax?
system-property( ) function: 8.1.1.2. Example: Using extension functions from multiple processors
C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference


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