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Monday, February 24, 2014

C#.Net interview questions and answers




Here are some C#.Net interview questions. Also check WCF interview questions and answers in C#.Net.

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What is a CLR?
What is the difference betweenmanaged and unmanaged code?
What is GAC?
What is CTS and CLS in C#.Net?
What are boxing and unboxing in C#.Net?
What are generics?
What is Abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism?
What is difference between abstract class and interface?
What is difference between NameSpace and Assembly?
What is the use of strong names?
What is the difference between Convert.toString and .toString () method?
What is the difference between arraylist and list?
Where are the types of arrays in C#?
What are the types of access modifiers in C#?
What is the difference between const and readonly in C#?
What is the difference between out and ref in C#?
What are hashtable in C#.Net?
What are hashtable collections?
What are Constructors and destuctors?
What is a delegate?
How can we create a delegate?
What is a multicast delegate?
What are Events?
What is the difference between delegate and events?
What is shadowing?
What is the difference between Shadowing and Overriding?
What does virtual keyword mean?
What is Enum?
What is Indexer?
Can we have static indexer in C#?
What is .NET Remoting?
What is a Web Service?
What’s the difference between web services and remoting?
What is UDDI?
What is DISCO?
What is WSDL?
What are the steps to create a web service and consume it?
How do we secure a web service?
What’s the difference between WCF and Web services?
What are end point, contract, address, and bindings in WCF?
What is a service contract, operation contract and Data Contract in WCF?
What are the various ways of hosting a WCF service?
How do we host a WCF service in IIS?



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