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ASP .Net Framework Online Quiz Test

Topics Covered

  • ASP .Net AJAX Applications
  • ASP .Net Framework version 3.5
  • Classes
  • Methods
  • Categories
  • Web forms
  • Session Objects
  • Code Fragments

Useful for hiring

  • ASP .Net Developer - (0-3 years experience)
  • .Net Software Engineer 
  • .Net Application Developer 

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Setting the following properties for object in ASP.NET results in

Response.Buffer = True
Response.ExpiresAbsolute = Now().Subtract(New TimeSpan(1, 0, 0, 0))
Response.Expires = 0
Response.CacheControl = "no-cache"

    • The session expires

    • Clears the buffer area

    • Avoid page to be cached

    • All of the mentioned


For your ASP.NET web application, your graphics designer created elaborative images that show the product lines of your company. Some of the graphics of the product line are rectangular, circular, and others are having complex shapes. You need to use these images as a menu on your Web site. What is the best way of incorporating these images into your Web site?

    • Use ImageButton and use the x- and y-coordinates that are returned when the user clicks to figure out what product line the user clicked.

    • Use the Table, TableRow, and TableCell controls, break the image into pieces that are displayed in the cells and use the TableCell control's Click event to identify the product line that was clicked.

    • Use the MultiView control and break up the image into pieces that can be displayed in each View control for each product line. Use the Click event of the View to identify the product line that was clicked.

    • Use an ImageMap control and define hot spot areas for each of the product lines. Use the PostBackValue to identify the product line that was clicked.


While writing code in Visual Studio you create a new instance of an ASP.NET TextBox server control, what do you need to do to get the TextBox to display on the Web page?

    • Call the Show Control method on the Text Box.

    • Set the Visible Control to true on the Text Box.

    • Add the TextBox instance to the form1.Controls collection.

    • Execute the AddControl method on the Web page.

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