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is there a way to pass a xlst a list of arguments as a dictionary without using a xml file and have it tranforms into a html file in c#?

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is there a way to pass a xlst a list of arguments as a dictionary without using a xml file and have it tranforms into a html file in c#?
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Indeed serialisation into xml is easy so why not do it - its just afew lines of code

http://www.audacs.co.uk/ViewPage.aspx?PageID=493
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