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XML Quiz

1. Which of the following is correct syntax of PI?

<?target instructions>
<target instructions?>
<?target instructions?>
<target instructions>

2. The tags message mark?

the start of the XML code
the end of the XML code
the start and the end of the XML code
None of the above

3. The DTD starts with?

declaration
DOCTYPE delimiter
DTD identifier
None of the above

4. ___________ is the process of converting unicode characters into their equivalent binary representation.

Decoding
Encoding
DTD
DTO

5. Which of the following Identifies the application to which the instruction is directed?

target
Instruction
Both A and B
None of the above

6. Which of the following is correct XML Elements Rules?

The only punctuation mark allowed in names are the hyphen (-).
An element name cannot contain any alphanumeric characters.
Start and end tags of an element must be identical.
Names are case insensitive

7. Which of the following is correct syntax to write an XML element?

<?element-name attribute1 attribute2>
<?element-name attribute1 attribute2?>
<element-name attribute1 attribute2>
<! element-name attribute1 attribute2>

8. Which allows you to specify which child elements an element can contain and to provide some structure within your XML documents?

Complex Type
Simple type
Global Types
All of the above

9. How many type of encoding?

2
3
4
5

10. It informs the parser whether the document relies on the information from an external source?

Version
Encoding
Decoding
Standalone

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