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ASP.NET Interview Questions

ASP.net-Interview Questions Q1.what are the new features in ASP.NET 2.0? A1. ASP.NET is a programming framework built on the common language runtime that can be used on a server to build powerful Web applications. The first version of ASP.NET offered several important advantages over previous Web development models. ASP.NET 2.0 improves upon that foundation by adding support for several new and exciting features in the areas of developer productivity, administration and management, extensibility, and performance. 1) New Server Controls: ASP.NET…

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.NET Interview Questions

What is .NET? .NET is essentially a framework for software development.It is similar in nature to any other software development framework (J2EE etc) in that it provides a set of runtime containers/capabilities, and a rich set of pre-built functionality in the form of class libraries and APIsThe .NET Framework is an environment for building, deploying, and running Web Services and other applications. It consists of three main parts: the Common Language Runtime, the Framework classes, and ASP.NET.1. How many languages…

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ASP – Interview Question

Question : How are scripts executed? Answer : ASP provides scripting engines that execute the corresponding scripting languages on the server side. Scripts should be encoded within the “< %…. %”. Question : Explain the building blocks of Client/Server? Answer : The client side building block runs the client side of the application. The server side building block runs the server side of the application. Question : Explain the POST & GET Method or Explain the difference between them. Answer…

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PHP – Interview Question

Question : What are the differences between Get and post methods in form submitting. Give the case where we can use get and we can use post methods? Answer : When to use GET or POST The HTML 2.0 specification says, in section Form Submission (and the HTML 4.0 specification repeats this with minor stylistic changes): –>If the processing of a form is idempotent (i.e. it has no lasting observable effect on the state of the world), then the form…

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