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Developing Win-based Applications with Visual C# .NET

 

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QUESTION: 1

You use Visual Studio .NET to create a Windows-based application. The application includes a form named FolksTechForm. FolksTechForm contains 15 controls that enable users to set basic configuration options for the application. You design these controls to dynamically adjust when users resize FolksTechForm. The controls automatically update their size and position on the form as the form is resized. The initial size of the form should be 659 x 700 pixels. is resized to be smaller than 500 x 600 pixels, the controls will not be displayed correctly. You must ensure that users cannot resize ConfigurationForm to be smaller than 500 x 600 pixels. Which two actions should you take to configure FolksTechForm? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two)

A Set the MinimumSize property to “500,600”.

B Set the MinimumSize property to “650,700”.

C Set the MinimizeBox property to True.

D Set the MaximumSize property to “500,600”.

E Set the MaximumSize property to “650,700”.

F Set the MaximumBox property to True.

G Set the Size property to “500,600”.

H Set the Size property to “650,700”.

Answer: A, H

QUESTION: 2

You development team used Visual Studio .NET to create an accounting application, which contains a class named FolksTechAccounts. This class instantiates several classes from a COM component that was created by using Visual Basic 6.0. Each COM component class includes a custom method named ShutDownObject that must be called before terminating references to the class. Software testers report that the COM component appears to remain in memory after the application terminates. You must ensure that the ShutDownObject method of each COM component class is called before FolksTechAccounts is terminated. What should you do?

A Add code to the Terminate event of FolksTechAccounts to call the ShutDownObject method of each COM component class.

B Find each location in your code where a reference to FolksTechAccounts is set to null or goes out of scope. Add code after each instance to manually invoke the Visual Studio .NET garbage collector.

C Add a destructor to FolksTechAccounts. Add code to the destructor to call the ShutDownObject method of each COM component class.

D Add the procedure private void Finally() to FolksTechAccounts. Add code to the procedure to call the ShutDownObject method of each COM component class.

Answer: C

QUESTION: 3

You use Visual Studio .NET to develop a Windows-based application. Your application includes a form named FolksTechInformationForm, which enables users to edit information stored in a database. All user changes to this information must be saved in the database. You need to write code that will prevent FolksTechInformationForm from closing if any database changes are left unsaved. What should you do?

A Include this.Activate in the Closing event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

B Include this.Activate in the Closed event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

C Include this.Activate in the Leave event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

D Change a property of the System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs parameter in the Closing event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

E Change a property of the System.EventArgs parameter in the Closed event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

F Change a property of the System.EventArgs parameter in the Leave event handler of FolksTechInformationForm.

Answer: D

QUESTION: 4

You develop a Windows-based application that enables users to update customer contact information. Your application uses a DataSet object to maintain the customer data while users are reviewing and editing it. When a user finishes updating the data, your application uses the DataSet.WriteXml method to create an XML data file. The tag name of the root element of the XML data file must be <FolksTechCustomerInfo>. You need to add code to your application to ensure that this tag name is set correctly. Which code segment should you use?

A dsCustomer.Namespace = “FolksTechCustomerInfo”

B dsCustomer = New DataSet(“FolksTechCustomerInfo”)

C dcCustomer.Prefix = “FolksTechCustomerInfo”

D dsCustomer.WriteXml(“FolksTechCustomerInfo”)

Answer: A

QUESTION: 5

You use Visual Studio .NET to develop a Windows-based application named dvocate Resource Assistant (ARA): ARA contains a class named Client. The Client lass is defines by the following code segment:

namespace FolksTech..Buslayer {
public class Client {
public string GetPhone(int ClientID) {
// More code goes here.
}
// Other methods goes here.
}
}

The client class is invoked from ARA by using the following code segment:

Client client = new Client();
TxtPhone.Text = client.GetPhone(426089);

When you try to build your project, you receive the following error message: “Type Client’ is not defined”. What are two possible ways to correct this problem? (Each orrect answer presents a complete solution. Choose two)

A Fully qualify the Client class with the FolksTech.BusLayer namespace.

B Fully qualify the Client class with the ARA namespace.

C Add a using statement for the FolksTech.BusLayer namespace in the ClientForm class.

D Inherit the FolksTech.BusLayer namespace in the ClientForm class.

Answer: A, C

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