The xsl:match() function is a very useful tool for creating your own customized xsl:match. For example, you could write a function to check that you don’t have a closing tag inside of an xsl:text() element that you didn’t intend to.
The purpose of xslmatch is to check whether the match contains the appropriate text. If your text is not a match, then you need to tell the match to do so.
xslmatch is also useful for matching attributes. In this case, you could specify a regexp that matches the attributes of an xsl:template element. The xsl:attribute element specifies an attribute that matches a variable.
xslmatch is the first of two new functions in the ‘xsl’ library that you will find in the XSLT2 namespace. We call it xslmatch because it can match any attribute (or even an attribute list) that is in the xsltemplate. It is essentially the same function that we already use for matching an xslt:text element that is inside of an xslt:template element.
xslmatch is similar to xsldecode, but it can match any attribute value that matches a given regexp. In order to use this, you will need to use the xsl:attribute element. Although it is not strictly necessary, xsl:attribute helps you specify attributes that can be used later on in a stylesheet. When you use it, you can give a regexp that matches a string that is in the xsltemplate.
In addition to matching an expression, xslmatch can also perform a function. In this case, the function is to extract the matching substring.
This attribute is also part of xsl. As in your example, you can use this attribute to override the default implementation of xslparse. If you want, in this case, to use the xslt, you can use the xsltattr element to override the default implementation of xslt.
One of the more interesting features of xsl is its template match feature. This is what makes xsl behave like a regular string parser. Because xsl is a regular expression engine, xsl templates are the equivalent of regular expressions. You can use xsl templates to make your XSLT scripts more accessible. In addition to the xslparse attribute, you can use xsltemplate to specify an xsl template. xsltemplate can be used with xsl.
The following XSLT template matches the xsltattr element, which is a template for your xsl template. The xsltemplate can be used with xsl.
To quote from the xsl.reference.