Question 11 :
Which of the following statements are correct about the C#.NET code snippet given below?
static int i;
public void proc1()
i = 11;
j = 22;
public static void proc2()
i = 1;
j = 2;
i = 0;
j = 0;
A). i cannot be initialized in proc1().
B). proc1() can initialize i as well as j.
C). j can be initialized in proc2().
D). The constructor can never be declared as static.
E). proc2() can initialize i as well as j.
Question 12 :
Which of the following statements is correct?
A). There is one garbage collector per program running in memory.
B). There is one common garbage collector for all programs.
C). An object is destroyed by the garbage collector when only one reference refers to it.
D). We have to specifically run the garbage collector after executing Visual Studio.NET.
Question 13 :
Is it possible for you to prevent an object from being created by using zero argument constructor?
Question 14 :
Which of the following statements are correct about static functions?
A). Static functions are invoked using objects of a class.
B). Static functions can access static data as well as instance data.
C). Static functions are outside the class scope.
D). Static functions are invoked using class.
Question 15 :
What will be the output of the C#.NET code snippet given below?
Console.Write("Sample class ");
public static void parinam1()
Console.Write("parinam1 method ");
static void Main(string[ ] args)
A). Sample class parinam1 method
B). parinam1 method
C). Sample class
D). parinam1 method Sample class
E). Sample class Sample class