Used for lists consisting of questions and answers, and can be
divided into sections. Every entry in a
<qandaset> must contain a
elements are optional (some questions have no answers), and may
be repeated (some questions have more than one answer). Common
uses for this element include reader questionnaires and lists of
“Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs).
<qandaset defaultlabel="qanda"> <qandaentry> <question> <para> To be, or not to be? </para> </question> <answer> <para> That is the question. </para> </answer> </qandaentry> </qandaset>
defaultlabel attribute identifies the
default label that should be used for
quanda: Questions are labeled
“Q:” and Answers are labeled “A:”.
Other similar labels may be substituted, for example, the
words might be spelled out, “Question:” and
“Answer:”, and the actual characters or words
used are dependent on the language.
number: The entries are enumerated.
none: No distinguishing label precedes
questions or answers.
If no value is specified, the implied presentation may be any one of these, as defined by the stylesheet. Note that each question and answer can explicitly define a label, regardless of the default label specified.
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