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QUESTION 1
Which of the following is NOT necessarily a trait of "tail recursion?"
A. The recursive call comes at the end of the template.
B. Each recursive call sets up the next sub-problem to be half as large as the current one.
C. Depending upon the stylesheet processor, it may not exhaust the stack space as quickly as general recursion.
D. Stylesheet processors may optimize this kind of recursion by internal transformation into an iterative solution.
Answer: B


QUESTION 2
A schema written in W3C Schema Language defines a person's full name as a complex type composed of three child elements: first name, middle name, and last name. How should the schema author specify the middle name element as optional?
A. Set the minimum length of the element's string type to zero.
B. Set attribute maxOccurs="-1" on the element.
C. Use the ? operator in the element declaration.
D. Set attribute minOccurs="0" on the element.
Answer: D


QUESTION 3
Calculating sub-totals from an XML document using XSL transformation requires special considerations. Which of the following options is the best solution to solve this problem?
A. Create a fragment variable containing the values to total, and then use the node-set() XSLT extension and the XPath "sum()" function to calculate the value.
B. Use XSLT recursion to define a variable value that calculates the "value-of" the elements to be sub-totaled.
C. Create a special XSLT variable that contains the results of an XPath query that performs a "sum()" of the values to be totaled.
D. Use XSLTC to precompile a custom Java translet that will extract the values to be totaled and returns the sum of those values. This return value is then used in an XSL variable for output.
Answer: A


QUESTION 4
Which two statements are true concerning the use of Node.removeChild(Node child)?
A. If the child does not exist in the document, nothing will happen.
B. The child and all its children are removed.
C. All pointers are automatically updated.
D. The children of the child are kept in the document.
E. Pointers must be updated before attempting removeChild() or an Exception will be thrown.
Answer: B,C


QUESTION 5
Which of the following elements will directly express a logical subset of an existing type declared in an XML schema document?
A. xs:extension
B. xs:import
C. xs:include
D. xs:restriction
Answer: D


QUESTION 6
Which two of the following should a developer consider to improve the performance of web applications that transform XML documents?
A. Use SAX instead of DOM.
B. Do not validate instance documents from external sources.
C. Use a binary search of the SAX document tree.
D. Use XSLTC.
E. Use namespaces.
Answer: A,D


QUESTION 7
An XML-based application is performing poorly. An analysis indicates that part of the performance problem is related to a large amount of inter-server communication. Which of the following is the LEAST likely to cause a performance problem?
A. XML Schema documents are located on a remote server.
B. Namespaces used in the documents reference a remote server.
C. XSLT stylesheets are located on a remote server.
D. A DTD document is referring to external entities on remote servers.
Answer: B

 

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