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Vendor Microsoft
Exam Code 98-383
Full Exam Name Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS
Certification Name Microsoft Technology Associate
Technology HTML

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Question: 1
You need to configure the CredentialPicker object to meet the requirements. Which code segment
should you insert at line GC04?
A. options.callerSavesCredential = false;
B. options.CredentialSaveOption.unselected;
C. options.CredentialSaveOption.selected;
D. options.callerSavesCredential = true;
E. options.CredentialSaveOption.hidden;
Answer: C 
Question: 2

You need to ensure that the navigation requirements for displaying news items are met. Which code
segment should you insert at line NP04?
A. nav.navigate("/html/newsPage.html");
B. nav.navigate ("/html/newsItem.html", { item: item });
C. nav.forward ("/html/newsItem.html");
D. nav.forward("/html/newsPage.html", { item: item });
Answer: B 
Question: 3

You need to ensure that the requirements for capturing user input on the newsltem.html page are
met. Which code segments should you use? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose all that apply.)
A. inkManager.mode = Windows.UI.Input.Inking.InkManipuIationMode.selecting;
B. inkManager.mode = Windows.UI.Input.Inking.InkRecognitionTarget.selected;
C. inkManager.mode = Windows.UI.Input.Inking.InkManipuIationMode.inking;
D. mkMar.ager.mode = Windows.UI.Input.Inking.InkRecognitionTarget.all;
Answer: AB