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.NET Developers
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.NET developer Assessment

A .NET developer will be responsible for the design, development, coding, customization, configuration, testing, and deployment of enterprise packaged solutions.

You can check the following skills while assessing a .NET developer

  • Producing code using .NET Framework (C# and VB .NET)
  • Upgrading, configuring, and debugging existing systems
  • Providing technical support for web, desktop, or mobile applications

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Sample questions

In .NET, which of the following restricts a class from being inherited?

  • Static
  • Dynamic
  • Sealed Correct Answer
  • None of these

What is the output of the following .NET code:

"using System; class HackerEarth { struct TestHack { public int t1; public int t2; public int Sum() { return t1 * t2; } } unsafe static void Main() { TestHack obj = new TestHack(); TestHack* x; x = &obj; x->t1 = 10; x->t2 = 20; Console.WriteLine(""Value is "" + x->Sum()); } } "

  • Compilation error
  • Run-time error
  • 200Correct Answer
  • 30

What is the output of the following .NET code?

"using System; using System.Collections; using System.Linq; using System.Linq.Expressions; using System.Reflection; public class Dell{ public static void Main(string[] args) { int x = 10, y = 0; int result; Console.Out.WriteLine(""This will generate an exception.""); try { result = x / y; // generate an exception } catch (DivideByZeroException exc) { Console.Error.WriteLine(exc.Message); } Console.ReadLine(); } }

  • 1
  • 0
  • Compilation error
  • Exception is generatedCorrect Answer

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