questions

A. 1, 2, 3
B. 1, 2
C. All of the above
D. 4, 5
A. 1, 2 and 3
B. 1 and 2 only
C. All of the above
D. 4 and 5 only
A. Methods
B. Classes
C. Classes, Methods and Member-Variables
D. Classes and Methods
A. Linker
B. CLR
C. Visual Studio.NET
D. ASP.NET Runtime
A. Run-time
B. Compile-time
C. Linking-time
D. Design-time
A. By applying UsageAttribute to the custom attribute's class definition.
B. By applying AttributeUsage to the custom attribute's class definition.
C. By applying AttributeUsageAttribute to the custom attribute's class definition.
D. Once an attribute is declared it applies to all the targets.
A. Delegate
B. Event
C. Namespace
D. Interface
A. It contains class-level attributes.
B. It contains method-level attributes.
C. It contains structure-level attributes
D. It contains assembly-level attributes.
A. [ assembly : AssemblyDescription("DCube Component Library") ]
B. [ AssemblyDescription("DCube Component Library") ]
C. < Assembly: AssemblyDescription("DCube Component Library") >
D. [ Assemblylnfo : AssemblyDescription("DCube Component Library") ]
A. To create a custom attribute we need to create a class and implement IAttribute interface in it.
B. To create a custom attribute we need to create a custom attribute structure and derive it from System.Attribute.
C. The CLR can change the behaviour of the code depending upon the attributes applied to it.
D. If a BugFixAttribute is to receive three parameters then the BugFixAttribute class should implement a zero-argument constructor.