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Answer 13

Question 14

True or False: The vertical bar character, |, is used in a DTD to define choices for the content of an element.

Answer 14

Question 15

True or False: In a DTD, an attribute definition consists of four parts:

  1. element name
  2. attribute name
  3. attribute type
  4. optional status

Answer 15

Question 16

True or False: Internal general entities defined in a DTD are shortcuts that represent text.

Answer 16

Question 17

True or False: To use an internal general entity in an XML document, you write its name with an ampersand as a prefix and a colon as a suffix.

Answer 17

Question 18

True or False: Character references look similar to entities but they are not entities and do not need to be declared in the DTD.

Answer 18

Question 19

True or False: An alternative to the internal general entity is an external general entity , which is saved in a separate, external document.

Answer 19

Question 20

True or False: Parameter entities are created for use in XSL documents.

Answer 20

Question 21

True or False: As with general entities, parameter entities can also be created in external files.

Answer 21

Question 22

True or False: You must declare a DTD in your XML document in order to use it.

Answer 22

Question 23

True or False: The main purpose for creating a DTD is to ensure that a given XML document is constructed in a specific way as defined by the DTD.

Answer 23

Question 24

True or False: All DTDs must be written and saved as separate files.

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Question 25

True or False: All XML parsers are required to have the ability to validate your XML againsta DTD.

Answer 25

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Answer 25

False

Explanation: Goldberg page 107

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Answer 24

False

Explanation: DTDs can be written and saved as separate files, or they can be written entirely inside an XML document. Goldberg page 103

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Answer 23

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 103

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Answer 22

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 103

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Answer 21

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 101

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Answer 20

False

Explanation: Parameter entities are created for the DTD itself. Goldberg page 100

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Answer 19

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 94

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Answer 18

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 93

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Answer 17

False

Explanation: To use an internal general entity in an XML document, you write its name with an ampersand as a prefix and a semicolon as a suffix.

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Answer 16

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 92

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Answer 15

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 85

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Answer 14

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 82

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Answer 13

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 81

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Answer 12

False

Explanation: A DTD can define a sequence of child elements that must be contained in a parent element. Goldberg page 80

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Answer 11

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 79

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Answer 10

False

Explanation: Goldberg page 77

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Answer 9

False

Explanation: Goldberg page 76

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Answer 8

False

Explanation: A DTD for a custom markup language will only define:

  1. a list of elements
  2. any child elements that each element can have
  3. any attribute that each element can have
  4. whether or not the specified attributes are optional or required

The fifth item in the list given in the question is not part of a DTD.

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Answer 7

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 76

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Answer 6

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 76

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Answer 5

False

Explanation: DTD is an abbreviation for Document Type Definition .

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Answer 4

False

Explanation: There are two principal systems for writing schemas: DTD and XML Schema.

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Answer 3

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 75

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Answer 2

False

Explanation: Goldberg page 75

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Answer 1

True

Explanation: Goldberg page 75

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Housekeeping material
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  • Published: 11/10/13
  • Revised: 12/02/14
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