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xslt_fetch_result — Gets the result from an earlier transformation.


xslt_fetch_result(xslt_handle[, buffer_name]);
resource xslt_handle: Handle to a Sablotron parser
string buffer_name (optional): Name of a Sablotron result buffer


The string result of the last transformation performed on the given handle.


After a parser has been created and xslt_run() has been called, the results of the transformation will be stored in the result buffer named by xslt_run() . This function is used to access the resulting text string according to that name.


Example 1139. Fetching the result of a stylesheet transformation


$xml_file = 'slashdot.xml';
$xsl_file = 'slashdot.xsl';
$result_URI = 'arg:/my_buffer';
$xslt = xslt_create();
if (!xslt_run($xslt, $xsl_file, $xml_file, $result_URI)) {
    echo "<pre>xslt_run() failed\n";
    echo "Description: " . xslt_error() . "\n";
    echo "All information:\n";
    echo "</pre>\n";
} else {
    echo xslt_fetch_result($xslt, $result_URI);

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