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Schemas for the Exam???

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hi all,
till now i was studying xml using xml unleashed,it had given a lot of examples based on the microsoft schemas,today i gave a sample test from the ibm site for the first time and i failed.
i got 30 right questions instead of 38,forget it,what i want to say is ,the question mostly asked where i think based on ibm schemas.
for example
these were new for me,
in the case of microsoft schemas,i used tags like
<ElementType name="xx">and then <element type="xx">
similarly for attributes
now what shud i do,i think i shud study xml based on ibm schemas to clear the exam.
help me out plz.
is it necessary just to know the microsoft schemas to clear.
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Everything in the IBM exam is based on W3C specs. This means you will need to know standard XML related specifications as approved by W3C. Specific implementations such as Microsoft may or may not qualify depending on whether they are in line with the specs.
... more over, as they say, there is Java and then there is Microsoft's Java
With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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