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The W3C Specifications

W3C releases the specifications for both XML and XSL. These specifications are not called standards because by international agreement, standards are created only by government-approved bodies. Instead, the W3C starts by releasing the requirements for a new specification. The requirements are goals, and list a sort of preview of what the specification will be all about, but the specification isn't written at that point. Next the W3C releases specifications first as working drafts, which anyone may comment on, then as candidate recommendations, which are still subject to review, and then finally as recommendations, which are final.

The following list includes the XSLT-related W3C specifications and where you can find them:

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