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XML Rendering for Information Exchange

 
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XML rendering is appropriate for:
I. generation of web pages and HTML output.
II. composition for electronic publishing to print media.
III. interchange of information with pervasive computing devices.
A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and III only
D. I, II and III
Correct answer is D. I was wondering how come option iii be correct
 
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hi ZEESHAN,
as far as know, the answer (i) is correct because you can transform XML to generate webpages and HTML output by using XSLT.
then answer (iii)is correct because one of the design goal of XML is to use it (XML) as a data interchange medium. you can send your data through an XML to others.
the answer (ii) is also correct but i don't have a better explanation. so i would like to someone to come forward and explain it.
i hope this helps a bit.
himal
 
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option II gets the XSL:FO into picture i.e, rendering for print purposes.
 
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a great context for option (ii) jayadev.
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