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how to use Bind() or Eval() methods to bind asp:label control's text in a xslt file?

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how to use Bind() or Eval() methods to bind asp:label control's text in a xslt file?
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Give the following a try, it works for me:
<xsl:attribute name="Text">
   <xsl:text>&#x3C;% Bind(...) %&#x3E;</xsl:text>
</xsl:attribute>

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Just to clarify, that produces the following output for a label:
<asp:Label Text="<% Bind(...) %>" />

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