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[Bug 10555] Pattern matching proposal for XQuery

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--- Comment #2 from John Snelson <john.snelson@marklogic.com>  2010-09-06 13:50:15 ---
I sympathize with Mike's perspective, but there are other nice properties of
XSLT patterns that generic boolean predicates don't have. For instance, a
common optimization for XSLT implementations is to rule out patterns that don't
match a given node type early on, so that less patterns need to be matched.
This ability derives from the fact that patterns match nodes using a specific
declarative syntax.

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