Test Status
      CSHARPRANDOMTEST
      (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) The nestedif statement
      (B) The #endif statement
      (C) The switch case statement
      (D) None of these
      (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) DataView ia subset of row and not columns
      (B) find can be done only on sorted columns
      (C) Sorting can be done on multiple columns
      (D) None of these
      (A) Polymorphism means multiple forms and different name
      (B) Polymorphism means multiple forms but one name
      (C) Polymorphism means single forms and single name
      (D) All of the above are true
      (A) Integer only
      (B) Date, Integer and String
      (C) only string
      (D) Date and Integer
      (A) By reference.
      (B) By value.
      (C) By address.
      (D) By memory.
      (A) Session.Discard()
      (B) Session.Close()
      (C) Session.Abandon()
      (D) Session.kill()
      (A) datareader
      (B) dataset
      (C) datatabel
      (D) all
      (A) TestFixtureAttribute
      (B) TestClassAttribute
      (C) TestAttribute
      (D) NUnitTestClassAttribute
      (A) Abstract
      (B) New
      (C) Shadow
      (D) Sealed
      (A) external protect
      (B) internal protect
      (C) protect
      (D) internal
      (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) We can write only one abstract method inside interface.
      (B) No method is abstract inside interface
      (C) All the methods inside Interface in an abstract method.
      (D) None of the above