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Describing XML data

 
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Question.
There is a way of describing XML data, how?
A: XML uses a description node to describe data
B: XML uses XSL to describe data
C: XML uses a DTD to describe the data.

I guess C is the answer. I would like to seek your view.By the way, what is description node?
 
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Aziz,
XSL is used for transforming the xml document. So this cannot be the answer.
DTD is used for defining the structure of the xml document and some validation. So this also cannot be the answer.
It should be description node, i think they mean the documentation node in XML Schema.
-Shoba
 
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