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XSLT Number to String Transformation

, 6 Jul 2008 CPOL
An XSLT transform for string representation of numeric place values.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="TransformNumber.xslt" ?>
<numbers>
  <number>87325648963</number>
  <number>68765</number>
  <number>786</number>
  <number>7</number>
  <number>0404</number>
  <number>4004</number>
  <number>400000000</number>
  <number>7689874646</number>
  <number>2658970</number>
  <number>9879656456</number>
  <number>87694834987</number>
  <number>120415006840089000483</number>
  <number>1204150068400890004830</number>
  <number>87</number>
</numbers>

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Mahendra Kumar Srivastava
Team Leader M*Modal
India India
Started carreer with CEERI, Delhi, India as a C Programmer in 2004 and migrated my learning experiance to C#.Net in 2005 with DIGISIGN Noida, Joined Bally in 2006, worked with JK Technosoft since Jun 2007 till Apr 2009, joined back Bally in June 2009 and joined Misys in June 2010. Worked in different domains such as Casino Management, Digital Signage, and Medical and currently working M*Modal as Lead - Product Development.

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