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      (A) A reference to an object in a different process.
      (B) A strongly typed function pointer.
      (C) An inter-process message channel.
      (D) A light weight thread or process that can call a single method.
      (A) A constructor can be used to set default values and limit instantiation.
      (B) Destructors are used with classes as well as structures.
      (C) A class can have more than one destructor.
      (D) C# provides a copy constructor.
      (A) Classes can have both contractors and destructors
      (B) Classes are reference type
      (C) Classes does not support Inheritance
      (D) All of the above are true
      (A) a double type to interger
      (B) a interger type to double
      (C) a value type to a reference type
      (D) a reference type to a value type
      (A) datareader
      (B) dataset
      (C) datatabel
      (D) all
      (A) The runtime checks to see that only one version of an assembly is on the machine at any one time.
      (B) The compiler offers compile time checking for backward compatibility.
      (C) .NET allows assemblies to specify the name AND the version of any assemblies they need to run.
      (D) It doesn.t.
      (A) TestFixtureAttribute
      (B) TestClassAttribute
      (C) TestAttribute
      (D) NUnitTestClassAttribute
      (A) external protect
      (B) internal protect
      (C) protect
      (D) internal
      (A) * (Asterisk)
      (B) # (Pound)
      (C) % (Percent)
      (D) $ (Dollar)
      (A) Classes within the same assembly, and classes derived from the declaring class.
      (B) Internal methods can be only be called using reflection.
      (C) Only methods that are in the same class as the method in question.
      (D) Classes that are both in the same assembly and derived from the declaring class.
      (A) Abstract
      (B) New
      (C) Shadow
      (D) Sealed
      (A) Encapsulating a value type in an object.
      (B) Encapsulating an object in a value type.
      (C) Encapsulating a copy of a value type in an object.
      (D) Encapsulating a copy of an object in a value type.
      (A) Session.Discard()
      (B) Session.Close()
      (C) Session.Abandon()
      (D) Session.kill()
      (A) int[][] myArray;
      (B) int[,] myArray;
      (C) System.Array[2] myArray;
      (D) int[2] myArray;
      (A) It defines a class that inherits the public methods of A only.
      (B) It defines a class that inherits all the methods of A but the private members cannot be accessed.
      (C) Errors
      (D) a and b