XML Elements MCQ

This section focuses on "Elements" in XML. These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) should be practiced to improve the XML skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placements, entrance exams and other competitive examinations.

1. Elements can behave as containers to hold?

A. Objects
B. text
C. attributes
D. All of the above

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2. Each XML document contains _______ element?

A. Zero
B. One
C. Zero and more
D. One and more

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

A. <?element-name attribute1 attribute2>
B. <?element-name attribute1 attribute2?>
C. <element-name attribute1 attribute2>
D. <! element-name attribute1 attribute2>

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4. Element with no content is known as?

A. free element
B. empty element
C. vacent element
D. idle element

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

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

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6. Which of the following is true?

A. An attribute defines a property of the element.
B. An element, which is a container, can contain text or elements
C. The only punctuation mark allowed in names are the hyphen (-), under-score (_) and period (.).
D. All of the above

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7. The default model for complex type, in XML schemas for element is

A. textOnly
B. elementOnly
C. no default type
D. Both A and B

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8. A validating XML application should be used when?

A. the design demands that all elements use both start and end tags
B. missing or out-of-place elements could cause application errors
C. attribute values cannot refer to external entity references
D. High performance is an important architectural constraint

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9. The syntax for writing the minimum occurrence for an element is?

A. <xsd:element ref=” note” min=” 0” />
B. <xsd:elements ref=” note” min=” 0” />
C. <xsd:elements ref=” note” minOccur=”0” />
D. <xsd:elements ref=” note” minOccurs=” 0” />

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10. Which of the following is used to specify the attribute list of an element?

A. ATTLIST
B. ?ATTLIST
C. !ATTLIST
D. #ATTLIST

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