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Courtesy of our friends over at IBM's DeveloperWorks site comes this collection of XML Tips and Tricks.
Near the bottom of that page, you can find some very worthwhile articles on the use of XSLT, including a tip on the use of XSLT to create lookup tables, along with the followup on defaults and error handling.
March 10, 2005 | Permalink
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