What is XSLT
What is XSLT?
XSLT is a rule based language used to transform XML documents in to other file formats.
XSLT are nothing but generic transformation rules which can be applied to transform
XML document to HTML, CS, Rich text etc.
You can see in the above figure how the XSLT processor takes the XML file and applies the XSLT transformation to produce a different document.
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