Test Status
      CSHARPRANDOMTEST
      (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) * (Asterisk)
      (B) # (Pound)
      (C) % (Percent)
      (D) $ (Dollar)
      (A) Managed code is the code that runs on top of Windows.
      (B) Managed code is the code that is written to target the services of the CLR.
      (C) Managed code is the code where resources are Garbage Collected.
      (D) Managed code is the code that is compiled by the JIT compilers.
      (A) abstraction
      (B) polymorphism
      (C) multiple inheritance
      (D) inheritance
      (A) int[][] myArray;
      (B) int[,] myArray;
      (C) System.Array[2] myArray;
      (D) int[2] myArray;
      (A) Session.Discard()
      (B) Session.Close()
      (C) Session.Abandon()
      (D) Session.kill()
      (A) It is an environment for developing, building, deploying and executing Desktop Applications, Web Applications and Web Services.
      (B) It is an environment for developing, building, deploying and executing Distributed Applications.
      (C) It is an environment for development and execution of Windows applications.
      (D) It is an environment for developing, building, deploying and executing only Web Applications.
      (A) publiuc key
      (B) assembly name
      (C) assembly version
      (D) All of the above
      (A) Abstract
      (B) Sealed
      (C) Both
      (D) None
      (A) Convert converts the value, Parse is for parsing
      (B) Convert allows null values, Parse cannot
      (C) Both are same
      (D) None of these
      (A) .NET Framework uses COM+ services while creating Distributed Applications.
      (B) .NET Framework uses DCOM for creating unmanaged applications.
      (C) .NET Framework uses DCOM for making transition between managed and unmanaged code.
      (D) .NET Framework uses DCOM for achieving language interoperability
      (A) Yes, and we can access them
      (B) No, and we can not access them
      (C) Yes, but we can not access them
      (D) All of the above are wrong