XSL

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XSL means Extensible Stylesheet Language. It is a language which allows to describe how files encoded in the XML standard are to be formatted. The language has three parts

  • XSL Transformations (XSLT): a language for transforming XML documents
  • XML Path Language (XPath): to describe how to access parts of an XML document
  • XSL Formatting Objects: to describe additional formatting

Open question: Are there stable implementations of web browsers or other programs which implement XSL; if yes they should be mentioned here, if not that should be stated here as well.

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