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Question 17

True or False: Listing 2 below shows the proper format for the opening tag of the root template.

Listing 2 . Question 17.
<xsl:template match="/">

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Question 18

True or False: The XSLT style sheet must contain an xsl:output processing instruction with the format shown in Listing 3 below.

Listing 3 . Question 18.
<xsl:output method="html"/>

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Question 19

True or False: All XSLT style sheets must be well-formed.

Answer 19

Question 20

True or False: An xsl:value-of element is used to access and output the contents of an XML document.

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Question 21

True or False: You can use select="." in an xsl:value-of element to output the contents of the current node.

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Question 22

True or False: The xsl:value-of element will only act on one node, even if it matches many nodes.

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Question 23

True or False: The xsl:for-all element allows you to act on all matching nodes.

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Question 24

True or False: You can use an xsl:if element to process a node or set of nodes only a certain condition is met.

Answer 24

Question 25

True or False: The general syntax for processing nodes conditionally is shown in Listing 4 below where expression specifies a node set, a string, or a number.

Listing 4 . Question 25.
<xsl:if test="expression"><!-- insert processing code here --></xsl:if>

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Question 26

True or False: You can use an xsl:choose element to test for several different conditions and react appropriately for eachcondition.

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Question 27

True or False: An xsl:choose element must be nested inside an xsl:when element.

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Question 28

True or False: You can use an xsl:sort element contained in an xsl:for-each element to cause nodes to be processed in a particular order.

Answer 28

Question 29

True or False: You cannot nest an xsl:sort element inside another xsl:sort element.

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Question 30

True or False: An XSLT style sheet can contain only one template, which is the root template.

Answer 30


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Explanation: Goldberg page 34

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Answer 29


Explanation: You can nest xsl:sort elements within other xsl:sort elements to sort on multiple keys. Goldberg page 32

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Answer 28


Explanation: Goldberg page 32

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Answer 27


Explanation: The order is reversed. An xsl:when element must be nested inside an xsl:choose element. Goldberg page 31

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Answer 26


Explanation: Goldberg page 31

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Answer 25


Explanation: Goldberg page 30

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Answer 24


Explanation: Goldberg page 30

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Answer 23


Explanation: The xsl:for-each element allows you to act on all matching nodes. Goldberg page 28

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