Xslt processor, DOT NET Programming

What is XSLT?

The XSLT is a rule based language used to transform XML documents into other file formats. The XSLT are nothing but generic transformation rules which can be applied to transform XML document to CS, HTML, Rich text etc.

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Figure: - XSLT Processor in Actions

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