Transform to xhtml, Programming Languages

While working in the eHealth Applied Research lab at Mohawk College, you are asked to transform an xml file into an XHTML representationusing XSLT for display in a browser.The xml file is an export from Microsoft Excel and contains some clinical patient information [the source xml file is contained in the file PatientData.zip available on the course website]. You are to create an xslt that loads the xml and transforms it to XHTML that renders a page that looks like this in a browser:

2463_xml.png

Hints:

- you will need to investigate the use of the local-name() function

- notice the alternating colours of the background cells

- notice that the representations for dates and genders have been converted to a different format ... you will need to use conditional expressions for this (or another technique of your choosing)

- you must provide the proper xml processing instruction(s) so that the file loads in a browser

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