|The xsl:copy element provides an easy way of copying the current node. Instantiating the xsl:copy element creates a copy of
the current node. The namespace nodes of the current node are automatically copied as well, but the attributes and children
of the node are not automatically copied. The content of the xsl:copy element is a template for the attributes and children
of the created node; the content is instantiated only for nodes of types that can have attributes or children (i.e. root nodes
and element nodes).
Examples (xslt:xml): Overview