What is SAX?
SAX is an interface processing XML documents using events.View
What is DiffGram in XML?
A DiffGram is an XML format which is used to find current and original versions of XML document.View
What is Data Island?
An XML Data island is XML data embedded into a HTML page. This works only with the Internet.View
What is XML Signature?
XML Signature is recommended by W3C, and it acts as a digital signature for XML documents. If the signature is contained outside the document, it is called detached signature. If it contains inside the XML document, then it is called Enveloping signature.View
Whether root element is required for XML? If so, how many root elements are required?
Yes, root element is required, and it can have only one root element in each XML.View
What are the types of XML Parsers?
There are two types of parsers – Non-Validating and Validating Parsers. Name itself implies Non-Validating will not validate the XML and Validating parser will validate the XML with DTD.View
If XML attribute name itself has double quotes, then how it can be represented?
Attribute name can be represented within single quotes if double quotes are present in the attribute name.
<country city='Texas "US"'></country>
What is the correct syntax when we define XML version?
is the correct declarative syntax used to define XML version.View
What are the three parts of XSL?
XSL consists of three parts:
Is there a way to describe XML data?
Yes, XML uses Document Type Definition (DTD) to describe the data.View
What is Complex Element?
A complex element contain other elements or attributes and following are kinds of Complex Elements:
It has empty elements
What is Simple Element?
A simple element contain only text and following are the kinds of Simple Element:
Which XML is set to be valid XML?
When the XML file is validated against the Document Type Definition(DTD), then it is called valid XML. DTD is nothing but it defines the structure of an XML file.View
What is XML Encoding?
XML documents may contain Non-ASCII characters like French and Norwegian characters. XML Encoding is used to avoid errors and XML files have to be saved as Unicode.View
Why XML editor is needed instead of Notepad?
XML editors are required to write error free XML documents, and it is used to validate against DTD or schema. Editors are able to check:
• Open and Close Tags
• XML against DTD
• XML against Schema
• Color code on XML SyntaxView
What is XLink and XPointer?
XLink is the standard way of creating hyperlinks in the XML files. Xpointer which allows those hyperlinks to point to more specific parts of the XML file or document.View
What is XQuery?
XQuery was designed to query XML data which is nothing but SQL for database tables. XQuery is used to fetch the data from the XML file.View
What are nested elements in XML?
If one or more elements are nested inside the root element is called nested element. Nesting can be easy to understand and also keeps order in an XML document.View
Why XSLT is important for XML?
XSLT is abbreviated as eXtensible Sytlesheet Language Transformation which is used to transform an XML document to HTML before it is displayed to the browser.View
What is DTD?
DTD is abbreviated as Document Type Definition and it is defined to build legal building blocks of an XML document. It defines the XML document structure with elements and attributes.View
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