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    XSL And XSLT

    Hi All

    What is the differemnce between XSL And XSLt?
    please advice

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    Extensible Style Sheet Language (XSL) includes Extensible Style Sheet Language Transformations (XSLT) and Extensible Style Sheet Language Formatting Objects (XSF:FO). XSLT is a gramar for describing the way one XML document ought to be transformed into another XML, HTML or text document. XSL:FO is a strictly presentation mark up language. XSL:FO documents are easily processed into other formats like PDF or RTF.
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    Thanks so much fOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION?
    BUT WHAT EXACTLY YOU MEAN? tHAT i CAN USE IT TO CHANGE THE THE WAY OF APPEARNCE AND THE DATA FORMATTING ?IF SO i CAN DO OT WITH xsL AND i AM NOT IN A NEED TO xSLT

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    No, I mean that if you are using XSLT then you are using XSL. XSLT is a subset of XSL as is XSL:FO. Put another way, XSLT + XSL:FO = XSL.
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