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How can i apply an extended style sheet file to an xml file.
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in your xml file add the line

<?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="FILE_LOCATION" ?>

where FILE_LOCATION is whre the xsl files is located.

IE <?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="//localhost/home.xsl" ?>
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thank u for ur answer. I have to apply the xsl to the xml and view the result programmatically from vc++. Can u help me in this.
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are you creating an interpretor in VC++ that combines the xml and xsl and returns the resulting styled xml? or a much simplier answer of placing a browser control on a form and displaying the results in a control on a form.
if the first one. then you need to iterate through each styling tag and filter out conditions in the xml or add the style in depending on the condition.
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thank u.
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