RE: [xsl] XPath 2.0

Evan wrote: 
> Does anyone on this list care that "<<", when used in XSLT, 
> would have to be
> written as "a&lt;&lt;b"?

Yes. It stinks and is distinctly unreadable.

If its document order why not keywords such as before, after
or some such. 

Regards DaveP


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