In the last chapter we looked in detail at how an XSLT processor views an XML document as a node tree and how to access nodes within that node tree using location paths. The source tree isn’t the only node tree that the XSLT processor has to deal with, however — it also has to generate a node tree for the output. The node tree that the XSLT processor generates is known as the result tree.
KeywordsNode Tree Processing Instruction Output Method Source Tree Boolean Attribute
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