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jim yin
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I am not very clear about the following. I know somebody already mentioned these, but they are still not clear.

10) Processing instructions can be used for all of the following EXCEPT: (2 choices)
a) a method for passing the name of a stylesheet.

b) Use ID and IDREF attributes to represent bi-directional relationships.

c) Copy the data in a relationship into the element for the row containing the foreign key.

d) Copy the data in a relationship into the element for the row containing the primary key.
I guess b) is one of the answers. a) is correct. But c) and d) are really confusing.
17) A developer needs to convert records from a relational database into XML. Each row in a table is represented as an element in the document How can the developer represent relationships in the database?

a) Use ID and IDREF attributes to represent unidirectional relationships.

b) Use ID and IDREF attributes to represent bi-directional relationships.

c) Copy the data in a relationship into the element for the row containing the foreign key.

d) Copy the data in a relationship into the element for the row containing the primary key.

Multiple Select - Please select all of the correct answers (this question has 2 correct choices).
[ October 04, 2002: Message edited by: jim yin ]
 
Svetlana Petrova
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It's just another example of how they (at IBM) have screwed up the recent version of their pre-assesment test. I've found already 3 such questions. If running their test you get 41 correct answers out 44, than you can assume you're 100% correct. Just joking. I've figured 38 of them by now.
 
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Originally posted by Svetlana Petrova:
It's just another example of how they (at IBM) have screwed up the recent version of their pre-assesment test. I've found already 3 such questions. If running their test you get 41 correct answers out 44, than you can assume you're 100% correct. Just joking. I've figured 38 of them by now.

Right, their wording is very confusing, and they always give us something we cannot figure out.
 
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