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Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface 1. XPath       1.1 Effectively Using Axes       1.2 Filtering Nodes       1.3 Working with Sequences       1.4 Shrinking Conditional Code with If Expressions       1.5 Eliminating Recursion with for Expressions       1.6 Taming Complex Logic Using Quantifiers       1.7 Using Set Operations       1.8 Using Node Comparisons       1.9 Coping with XPath 2.0's Extended Type System       1.10 Exploiting XPath 2.0's Extended Type System 2. Strings       2.1 Testing If a String Ends with Another String       2.2 Finding the Position of a Substring       2.3 Removing Specific Characters from a String       2.4 Finding Substrings from the End of a String       2.5 Duplicating a String N Times       2.6 Reversing a String       2.7 Replacing Text       2.8 Converting Case       2.9 Tokenizing a String       2.10 Making Do Without Regular Expressions       2.11 Exploiting Regular Expressions       2.12 Using the EXSLT String Extensions 3. Numbers and Math       3.1 Formatting Numbers       3.2 Rounding Numbers to a Specified Precision       3.3 Converting from Roman Numerals to Numbers       3.4 Converting from One Base to Another       3.5 Implementing Common Math Functions       3.6 Computing Sums and Products       3.7 Finding Minimums and Maximums       3.8 Computing Statistical Functions       3.9 Computing Combinatorial Functions       3.10 Testing Bits 4. Dates and Times       4.1 Calculating the Day of the Week       4.2 Determining the Last Day of the Month       4.3 Getting Names for Days and Months       4.4 Calculating Julian and Absolute Day Numbersfrom a Specified Date       4.5 Calculating the Week Number for aSpecified Date       4.6 Working with the Julian Calendar       4.7 Working with the ISO Calendar       4.8 Working with the Islamic Calendar       4.9 Working with the Hebrew Calendar       4.10 Formatting Dates and Times       4.11 Determining Secular and Religious Holidays 5. Selecting and Traversing       5.1 Ignoring Duplicate Elements       5.2 Selecting All but a Specific Element       5.3 Selecting Nodes by Context       5.4 Performing a Preorder Traversal       5.5 Performing a Postorder Traversal       5.6 Performing an In-Order Traversal       5.7 Performing a Level-Order Traversal       5.8 Processing Nodes by Position 6. Exploiting XSLT 2.0       6.1 Convert Simple Named Templates to XSLT Functions       6.2 Prefer for-each-group over Muenchian Method of Grouping       6.3 Modularizing and Modes       6.4 Using Types for Safety and Precision       6.5 Avoiding 1.0 to 2.0 Porting Pitfalls       6.6 Emulating Object-Oriented Reuse and Design Patterns       6.7 Processing Unstructured Text with Regular Expressions       6.8 Solving Difficult Serialization Problems with Character Maps       6.9 Outputting Multiple Documents       6.10 Handling String Literals Containing Quote Characters       6.11 Understanding the New Capabilities of Old XSLT 1.0 Features 7. XML to Text       7.1 Dealing with Whitespace       7.2 Exporting XML to Delimited Data       7.3 Creating a Columnar Report       7.4 Displaying a Hierarchy       7.5 Numbering Textual Output       7.6 Wrapping Text to a Specified Width and Alignment 8. XML to XML       8.1 Converting Attributes to Elements       8.2 Converting Elements to Attributes       8.3 Renaming Elements or Attributes       8.4 Merging Documents with Identical Schema       8.5 Merging Documents with Unlike Schema       8.6 Splitting Documents       8.7 Flattening an XML Hierarchy       8.8 Deepening an XML Hierarchy       8.9 Reorganizing an XML Hierarchy 9. Querying XML       9.1 Performing Set Operations on Node Sets       9.2 Performing Set Operations on Node Sets Using Value Semantics       9.3 Determining Set Equality by Value       9.4 Performing Structure-Preserving Queries       9.5 Joins       9.6 Implementing the W3C XML Query-Use Cases in XSLT 10. XML to HTML       10.1 Using XSLT as a Styling Language       10.2 Creating Hyperlinked Documents       10.3 Creating HTML Tables       10.4 Creating Frames       10.5 Creating Data-Driven Stylesheets       10.6 Creating a Self-Contained HTML Transformation       10.7 Populating a Form 11. XML to SVG       11.1 Transforming an Existing Boilerplate SVG       11.2 Creating Reusable SVG Generation Utilities for Graphs and Charts       11.3 Creating a Tree Diagram       11.4 Creating Interactive SVG-Enabled Web Pages 12. Code Generation       12.1 Generating Constant Definitions       12.2 Generating Switching Code       12.3 Generating Message-Handling Stub Code       12.4 Generating Data Wrappers       12.5 Generating Pretty Printers       12.6 Generating a Test Data-Entry Web Client       12.7 Generating Test-Entry Web CGI       12.8 Generating Code from UML Models via XMI       12.9 Generating XSLT from XSLT 13. Vertical XSLT Application Recipes       13.1 Converting Visio VDX Documents to SVG       13.2 Working with Excel XML Spreadsheets       13.3 Generating XTM Topic Maps from UML Models via XMI       13.4 Generating Web Sites from XTM Topic Maps       13.5 Serving SOAP Documentation from WSDL 14. Extending and Embedding XSLT       14.1 Saxon Extension Functions       14.2 Saxon Extension Elements       14.3 Xalan-Java 2 Extension Functions       14.4 Java Extension Function Using the Class Format Namespace       14.5 Java Extension Function Using the Package Format Namespace       14.6 Java Extension Function Using the Java Format Namespace       14.7 Scripting Extension Function Using Inline Script Code       14.8 Xalan-Java 2 Extension Elements       14.9 Java Extension Element       14.10 Scripting Extension Elements       14.11 MSXML Extension Functions       14.12 Using Saxon's and Xalan's Native Extensions       14.13 Extending XSLT with JavaScript       14.14 Adding Extension Functions Using Java       14.15 Adding Extension Elements Using Java       14.16 Using XSLT from Perl       14.17 Using XSLT from Java 15. Testing and Debugging       15.1 Using xsl:message Effectively       15.2 Tracing the Flow of Your Stylesheet Through Its Input Document       15.3 Automating the Insertion of Debug Output       15.4 Including Embedded Unit Test Data in Utility Stylesheets       15.5 Structuring Unit Tests       15.6 Testing Boundary and Error Conditions 16. Generic and Functional Programming       16.1 Creating Polymorphic XSLT       16.2 Creating Generic Element Aggregation Functions       16.3 Creating Generic Bounded Aggregation Functions       16.4 Creating Generic Mapping Functions       16.5 Creating Generic Node-Set Generators Index

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