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Answering TLD/XML questions : to include opening and closing brackets?

 
Raven Eve
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Hi all, I am gonna be taking my 310 � 080 soon. Saw these 2 fill-in-the-blank question in my book :

1) Which element would you use in a TLD to indicate the type of body a custom tag expects?

answer: <body-content>

2) what is the name of the tld element that declares that an attribute can have a request-time expression as its value?

answer: rtexprvalue

My question : why is it that for qn 1, the "<" and ">" are included in the answer? and for qn 2, it is not? if i were to see these type of questions in the exam, when should i include "<" and ">" ? as part of my answer? will i be penalised if i add them?

Thanks
 
Wim van Haaren
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Originally posted by Raven Eve:
Hi all, I am gonna be taking my 310 � 080 soon. Saw these 2 fill-in-the-blank question in my book :

1) Which element would you use in a TLD to indicate the type of body a custom tag expects?

answer: <body-content>

2) what is the name of the tld element that declares that an attribute can have a request-time expression as its value?

answer: rtexprvalue

My question : why is it that for qn 1, the "<" and ">" are included in the answer? and for qn 2, it is not? if i were to see these type of questions in the exam, when should i include "<" and ">" ? as part of my answer? will i be penalised if i add them?

Thanks



Usually both answers (both with or without the <> ) are correct. However, question 1 asks for the element, while question 2 asks for the name. So just to be on the safe side I would answer with the <> if they ask for the element and without if they ask for the name.
[ November 18, 2004: Message edited by: Wim van Haaren ]
 
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