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Is the document well-formed? What is this XML fragment most likely? What could be true of the XML fragment? Is the document well-formed? Which of the following are element types in DTD? Which of the following are element types in DTD? Which of the following are element types in DTD? What is true for PCDATA (element type) and CDATA (attribute type) in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following are data types in DTD? Which of the following standards are made by W3C? Which of the following standards are made by W3C? Which of the following standards are made by W3C? Which of the following standards are made by W3C? Is the document valid? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? What best describes this whitespace? How many attributes in a namespace? How many attributes in a namespace? What XML application has element names like: w:body, w:p, w:r, w:t? The markup fragment looks like ... Comments can be used: Comments can be used: What are some of the disadvantages of DTD? Click the start tag of the second price elementʼs parent ... Click the end tag of the root elementʼs third child ... Click the start tag of the third element in document order ... Disregarding the XML Declaration, click the second value ... Click the end tag of the second element having mixed content ... Click the name of an empty element ... Click the start tag of the outermost element ... Click the start tag of the top element ... Click the first attribute ... Click the second pseudo attribute ... Which of the following are among the five predefined entities in XML? Which of the following are among the five predefined entities in XML? Which are special attributes in the "xml" namespace? How many Pseudo Attributes do we have? Click the CDATA sectionʼs end delimiter! An attribute value can contain: Click the CDATA sectionʼs start delimiter! Click the character reference! Click the named entity! Click the PITarget! Click the elementʼs end-tag! Click the element name! Click the first Pseudo Attribute! Click an attribute! If an element name contains a colon what is the part before ":" called? Can the local part of an element name start with a digit? Can the local part of an element name start with an underscore, "_"? Can a namespace prefix start with an underscore, "_"? Can a namespace prefix contain an underscore, "_"? Can a namespace prefix start with a digit? Can a namespace prefix contain digits? What is a Nmtoken in XML? What is a Name in XML? Is the "y" element name a QName? Is the "date" attribute name a QName? What is true for a QName? What is true for a Text Declaration? What is a CDATA Section? What well-known XML application has element names like "apply-templates"? What schema language boasts of having only "Six Basic Elements"? What well-known XML schema language has element names like "let" and "assert"? What well-known XML schema language has element names like "grammar" and "define"? What well-known XML application has element names like "simple-page-master"? What well-known XML application has so-called "facets" like "minExclusive"? What well-known XML application has element names like "restriction" and "extension"? What well-known XML application has element names like "appinfo"? What well-known XML application has element names like "complexType"? Regular Expressions as used in e.g. XPath 2.0, XQuery, XSLT 2.0, is defined in what standard? Which element names are well-formed? Which element names are well-formed? What is the optional level of constraints called in XML? What is the mandatory level of constraints called in XML? How could the element get a font-size of 200%? What type of node can an XML document use to link to a CSS stylesheet? What of the following statements about CSS are true: How could the second elementʼs content get a font-size of 200% with CSS? How could the element get a font-size of 200% with CSS? How could the element get a font-size of 200% of browser default? Why are CSS normally a bad idea for homemade XML on the internet? What of the following statements are true about CSS stylesheets: What of the following statements are true about CSS: How could the second elementʼs content be made red with CSS using the "id" selector? Is the element well-formed? How could the element content be made red with CSS? What are some of the advantages of DTD? XML documents have a unique method for linking to a DTD? DTDs has a few features, we donʼt have in XML Schema? What schema language is declared in the XML standard (W3C Recommendation) itself? What do we declare in schema languages like DTD, XML Schema and Relax NG? Which are considered whitespace in XML? XML application having markup like: "book", "sect1", "chapter" and "para"? An XML application having elements like "item", "title", "link", "description". An XML application having elements like "div", "span", "p", "br", "a"? What is this type of content called? What is it called? What is this part on an attribute called? What is this part of an attribute called? What is it called? What is such a tag called? The elements "p2" and "p3" are what? What is it called? What is such a reference called? What is such a reference called? What is this part of an element called? What is it called? What is this part of an element called? What is this part of an element called? What is this type of tag called? What is this part of an element called? What is such an element called? What is it called? What is it called? What is it called? Is the element well-formed? The standalone pseudo attribute can be relevant when XML document makes use of: Which of the following are XML schema languages? SGML stands for? The XML standard is made by what standard organization? What is true for named entities in XML? Which predefined entities must alwas be used in content to make the document well-formed? Which of the following are among the five predefined entities in XML? What of the following is true for the xml:id attribute: What of the following is true for the xml:base attribute: What of the following is true for the xml:space attribute: What of the following is true for the xml:lang attribute: Name the four special attributes in the "xml" namespace (in a-z order): What two attributes in the "xml" namespace are defind in the XML Recommendation? What two attributes in the "xml" namespace are defind in the XML Recommendation? Which are special attributes in the "xml" namespace? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? Is the document well-formed? What of the following is correct? Mixed content can only be relevant for? What does the attribute xml:space="preserve" mean? The xml:space attribute can have what two values? Is the document XML? What makes markup XML? XML is an acronym for what? What does the letter "X" in XML stand for? If an element name contains a colon what is the part after the colon called? What characters can not be used as normal content? What are the names of the pseudo attributes in the XML declaration? The standalone pseudo attribute in the XML declaration can have what two values? What is the order of the pseudo attributes in the XML declaration? What do we call what looks like attributes in XML declaration and in some PIs? Comments can not contain what string of characters? Processing Instructions can not contain what characters? What does an empty CDATA section look like? What do we call content of both elements and text? What is well-formed? What is well-formed? The top-element is also called? XML documents use what encoding by default? What is allowed before the XML declaration? What do we call the area before the top-element? What can we have between XML declaration and DTD? <p/> is the same as: Names of elements and attributes can contain what letters? XML became a W3C standard what year?

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