I have the Encyclopedia Britannica Ready Reference pre-installed on my new home computer. I was poking around in its directories, and saw a number of familiar technologies: jython.jar, xalan.jar, and a number of XSL files. I’m not exactly surprised to see these things in pre-installed PC software, but it’s still unexpected, and pleasant to discover.
I am surprised to see this template in one of their XSLT files:
This clearly gets the award for Most Emphatically Named XSLT Template. Also, keeping in mind the points from Streamlined XSLT, it could be written thus:
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