May be someone who is more experience can answer these... 1) Which DOM Error cond will be flagged by creating a DOM "Element" with the name "Bekery Item"? A. NO_DATA_ALLOWED_ERR B. INVALID_CHARACTER_ERR C. DOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR D. TOKENIZER_ERR 2) Which is true for default template? A. Build-in template rules for text and attribute nodes generate HTML markup. B. Build-in template rules for processing and comments do noghing. 3) Which of the following is a result of using "xsl:apply-template" to process elements that are not descendants fo the current node? A. a more efficient style sheet will be created. B. possiblity arises of non_terminating loop. C. Implementation will factor out "static content" D. style sheet process will stop. 4) How does DOM implementation encode the "DOMSTRING"? 1) UTF-16 2) ASCII 3) UTF-8 4) ECMA Script 5) When element can be appear as child of marry element with XSL query is Best? A. Select B. match C. attribute D. Node
Someone mentioned this a few days ago, but... since it's worth repeating - most of us are of the opinion that we're going to wait until after the free voucher offer is closed before giving any help with answers on the mock exam. Wait a few days for IBM to close the free voucher program for the 141 exam and we'll get back with answers to the exam questions.
Theodore Jonathan Casser
SCJP/SCSNI/SCBCD/SCWCD/SCDJWS/SCMAD/SCEA/MCTS/MCPD... and so many more letters than you can shake a stick at!
Wait a few days for IBM to close the free voucher program for the 141 exam and we'll get back with answers to the exam questions. I forgot to add, for the questions you have raised, its always easy to find the answers just by reading the specs. Maybe you don't have to wait after all! Later, Hema
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