Test Status
      ASPRANDOMTEST
      (A) Open the code-behind page and write the code.
      (B) Right-click the control and select Create Handler.
      (C) Drag an event handler from the ToolBox to the desired control.
      (D) Double-click the control.
      (A) RegularExpressionValidator
      (B) CompareValidator
      (C) equals() method
      (D) RequiredFieldValidator
      (A) Cookies
      (B) Cache
      (C) Database
      (D) Global variable
      (A) Application object
      (B) Session object
      (C) Response object
      (D) Server object
      (A) Open the code-behind page and write the code.
      (B) Right-click the control and select Create Handler.
      (C) Drag an event handler from the Tool Box to the desired control.
      (D) Double-click the control.
      (A) User controls are displayed correctly in the Visual Studio .NET Designer
      (B) Custom controls are displayed correctly in VS.Net Designer
      (C) User and Custom controls are displayed correctly in the Visual Studio .NET Designer.
      (A) Output Caching
      (B) DataCaching
      (C) a and b
      (D) none of the above
      (A) Page_Load
      (B) Event Handling
      (C) Page_Unload
      (D) Page_Init
      (A) EcmaScript
      (B) VBScript
      (C) PERL
      (D) JavaScript
      (A) Scripting is separated from the HTML, Code is interpreted seperately
      (B) Scripting is separated from the HTML, Code is compiled as a DLL, the DLLs can be executed on server
      (C) Code is separated from the HTML and interpreted Code is interpreted separately
      (A) XmlConvert
      (B) XmlDocument
      (C) XmlNew
      (D) XmlSettings
      (A) Cookies
      (B) Cache
      (C) Database
      (D) Global variable
      (A) Specifies whether to use a DSN or DSN-less connection
      (B) Specifies which type of database is being used
      (C) Specifies the type of driver to use, database format and filename
      (D) First opens the initial connection to a database before giving any database information
      (A) TagPrefix
      (B) Name space of the dll that is referenced
      (C) Assemblyname
      (D) All of the above
      (A) To separate different sections of a page in to different files
      (B) To merge HTML layout and code in to One file
      (C) To separate HTML Layout and code to different file
      (D) To ignore HTML usage