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Default how to exclude elements in the result tree output

Hi everyone,

I am a new student learning XSLT. I have a question on how to exclude elements in the output destination when I use call-template

Followed is an example. How do I call template "a" without having the <block1>...<block2> printed out in the result tree?

<xsl:template name="a">

<xsl:template match="b">
      <xsl:call-template name="a">

Thank you,

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