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[Bug 4031] Final Result Trees

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------- Comment #8 from mukul_gandhi@yahoo.com  2006-12-15 19:19 -------
Thanks for your reply.

But I am still not convinced by this sentence in Section "19 Final Result
Trees" (please read my comment #0):

"A final result tree can be created explicitly, by evaluating an
xsl:result-document instruction. A final result tree is also created implicitly
if no xsl:result-document instruction is evaluated, or if the result of
evaluating the initial template is a non-empty sequence."

I still have a feeling, it should have word "and" instead of "or" (please read
my comment #0).

The 2nd sentence above says, "A final result tree is also created implicitly
if no xsl:result-document instruction is evaluated, or if the result of
evaluating the initial template is a non-empty sequence." 

The word "or" means, either 1st part of sentence is true, or the 2nd. If "or"
holds correct, then I find 1st part of "or" to be wrong. How could a final
result tree be created implicitly if no xsl:result-document instruction is
evaluated ? 

(In reply to comment #7)
> >But I think, you mean Section 19, and not Section 17.
> Yes, sorry for the typo.
> >Does the term final result tree is right, if output is plain text
> The result of the transformation is always a set of trees. Serialization, if it
> happens, is regarded as a separate process from the transformation proper.
> Michael Kay 

Regards,
Mukul
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