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Re: [xsl] Result tree fragment to string?

From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@---------------->
Date: 8/27/2008 5:42:00 PM
At 12:20 PM 8/27/2008, David wrote:
> Do I have any options left for converting the result tree fragment to a
> string?


But depending on what else you need to do, you might be able to 
generate an RTF whose string value is closer to what you want, and 
you could use that.

Code to serialize node structures in various formats is generally not 
very hard to write.


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