Wendell Piez wrote:
> Defenders of XSLT 1.0 will point out that version 1 of the language
> was probably going to have a hole deeper than any of the others; this
> just happens to be it.
I wonder. I'd have said that the inability to process result sets (ie
what exsl:node-set does)
is a bigger hole. If that had been provided, the grouping problem might
much less often, as it would be far easier to code.
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