[xquery-talk] XQuery Style Conventions

Till Westmann till.westmann at bea.com
Sat Oct 29 16:30:32 PDT 2005

On Oct 29, 2005, at 12:54 AM, Per Bothner wrote:

> Till Westmann wrote:
>> As a FLWOR expression can have any number of for and let clauses  
>> but  only one of each of the other clauses, all the expressions  
>> that are  evaluated based on the variable bindings of the for and  
>> let clauses  are evaluated at the same level. That level is given  
>> by the number of  for clauses in the FLWOR.
> In terms of nesting (i.e. block structure) there is no difference
> between a 'let' and a 'for' clause.

I agree and that is what the grammar says.
I was answering (and disagreeing with) the point that Martin made,  
that the semantic difference between for and let should lead to  
indentation of "nested" for clauses within a single FLWOR expression.

Best regards,

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