The Microsoft .NET XSLT engine, like many other XSLT engines, allows custom functions inside of an XSLT stylesheet document. By providing an “extension object” to an XsltArgumentList instance, an XSLT stylesheet can “call out” to methods in the CLR. See the XsltArgumentList description for an example.

public interface IXsltContextFunction {
// Public Instance Properties
   public field XPathResultType[] ArgTypes{get; } 
   public field int Maxargs{get; } 
   public field int Minargs{get; } 
   public field XPathResultType ReturnType{get; } 
// Public Instance Methods
   public method object Invoke(XsltContext xsltContext, 
        object[] args, 
        System.Xml.XPath.XPathNavigator docContext);  

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