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ASP.NET 3.5 4.0 Interview Questions Answers

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Q1. What is .NET 4.0?
It is latest version of DotNet framework offered by microsoft to develop software applications.

Q2. What is .NET framework 4.0
.NET is a new framework produced by microsoft for developing and running software applications which includes web,desktop and mobile applications. It supports veriety of programming languages like C#,VB,C++,Java etc

Q3. What are the new features of .NET 3.5?
Main new features of .NET 3.5 are :
a)VS 2008 Multi-Targeting Support
b)In Built AJAX support for ASP.NET
c)LINQ Support
d)JavaScript Debugging Support
e)Nested Master Page Support
f)LINQ Intellisense and Javascript Intellisense support
g)Organize Imports or Usings support
h)Intellisense Filtering support
i)Visual Studio 2008 Split View
j)Debugging .NET Framework Library Source Code support
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Q4. What is LINQ?
LINQ stands for language integrated query.

Q5. What is the advantages of using LINQ?
Advantage of using LINQ is that we can write SQL queries in programming languages like C# or VB and we can check errors in queries at compile time.

Q6. What is meant by VS 2008 Multi-Targeting Support?
It means that we can create application for .NET 1.1 , .NET 2.0 and .NET 3.5 using VS 2008

Q7. What is Visual Studio 2008 Split View?
Visual Studio 2008 Split View provides the option to see both source and design views by splitting the screen.

Q8. What is javascript debugging support in Visual Studio 2008?
In Visual Studio 2008 you can put the break point in javascript code and debug like any other language

Q9. What is meant by In Built AJAX support for ASP.NET?
It is not required to download ASP.NET Ajax Framework 1.0 as with .NET framework 2.0.It is in built now.

Q10. What is Entity Data Model?
Entity data model is a new way to handle data as entity. It is supported by Visual Studio 2008 SP1

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