Query Languages for XML

Paul Prescod papresco at technologist.com
Thu Nov 20 14:41:09 GMT 1997

> So we are constrained to using the types of form objects defined in HTML
> using the processes defined in HTML 4.0, and can add no new functionality
> via XSL?

We can add functionality in XSL, but I think that it should be in the 
spirit of these basic form elements, in other words XSL should leave the
interactive processing of user interface elements to languages that are
explicitly designed to do it, such as ECMA(Java)script, TCL and Python.

 Paul Prescod

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