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Java / XML Interview Questions

 
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I am going to have interview next week . The project is based on Java and XML/XSLT. Can someone please post some interview questions for XML/XSLT.
I remember having thread with good interview quetions for java on this site few months back . Can someone provide me link for the same too?
Thanks in advance!
 
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HI Gemini,
The best thing to do is to understand have work with XML. There is also the online tutorials, check these sites out:
http://www.programmingtutorials.com/tutorial.asp?id=XML
http://www.w3schools.com/default.asp
http://www.zvon.org/
Some questions would be in the context of:
What is XML? Why XML? What is the difference between XML and HTML? How is XML parsed? Can you name a few parsers? How do they work?
Questions about tag rules.
Questions about StyleSheets XSLT.
How do you display XML?
What is DTD?
What are namespaces and how to resolve conflicts.
Good luck!
 
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This is a rather old article, but maybe still relevant...
Top 10 Interview Questions When Hiring XML Developers
 
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Thank you very much Joe and Map. Very useful sumary of questions.
Hope it goes well!!
Thanks!!
 
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Well Joanne I've always been more comfortable with XML. However I recently had the experience to use HTML. I find it's more widely usable.
Comments?

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