How to output CDATA with XSL

A CDATA element can be used to present formatted data or an XML document on its own.  The problem is that the XSLT processor will normally strip any leading and trailing whitespace, as well as carriage returns from an output XML document – unless instructed otherwise…

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<xsl:output>

The XSLT <xsl:output> element helps determine the formatting of the files produced by the transformation.

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<xsl:include>

The XSLT <xsl:include> element provides a method to include one stylesheet in another without changing semantics of the included stylesheet.

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XML Tutorial

XML is a simple text-based format for representing structured information.

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XPATH Tutorial

XPATH is a query language to select nodes, values or compute values from the content of an XML document.

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XSLT Tutorial

XSL Transformations is a language for transforming XML documents into a target document and format such as plain text, XML, HTML, RSS or etc.

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Java

Java examples for XML, XPATH and XSLT. Each example addresses a common aspect of using XML technologies with Java.

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.NET

.NET examples for XML, XPATH and XSLT. Each example addresses a common aspect of using XML technologies with either C# or Visual Basic.

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