Using System.Windows.Data namespace, you can integrate rich media, including drawings, text, and audio/video content in Windows Presentation Foundation applications
It contains classes used for binding properties to data sources, data source provider classes, and data-specific implementations of collections and views
It provides the types that support navigation, including navigating between windows and navigation journaling
It contains classes for creating windows-based applications that take full advantage of the rich user interface features available in the Microsoft Windows operating system
Useful resources,System.Windows.Data Namespace
Suppose you have a GridView with paging enabled. You select the third row on page 1 and then move to page 2. Nothing is selected on page 2. When you move back to page 1, the third row should still be selected.
Set the GridView DataKeyNames property
Set the GridView EnablePersistedSelection property to true
Set the Gridview PagerSettings-Mode property
It is not possible to implement the given logic for the scenario described above
Useful resources,GridView.EnablePersistedSelection Property
int findoddNumbers = number.Count(n => n % 2 == 1);
int findoddNumbers = number.Count( n % 2 == 1);
int findoddNumbers = (from number in numberswhere numbers%2==1select Count());
int findoddNumbers = (from number in numberswhere number%2==1select numbers).Count();
Useful resources, OData System Query Options
<httpModules maxRequestPathLength="260" maxQueryStringLength="2048" />
<httpRuntime maxRequestPathLength="260" maxQueryStringLength="2048" />
None of the above
Useful resources,What's New in ASP.NET 4
Check IntPtr.Size property for a value of 8.
Call the Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable method and pass in the string "Platform" as an argument. Check for a return value of "x64".
Call the WOW64 emulator method Isx64() and check the boolean return value.
Useful resources,deployment for both x86 and x64 environments
Useful resources,ADO.NET Data Services
Useful resources,System.Web.Mvc.Html Namespace
They define, for each parameter or return type, what data is serialized to be exchanged
They define which operations the client can perform on the service
They define which errors are raised by the service, and how the service handles and propagates errors to its clients
Useful resources,Data Contracts
This event is first raised on the root, then on each element down the tree until the source element is reached.
This event is only raised on the source element. It will have the same behavior as a plain .NET event, except that such events can still participate in mechanisms specific to routed events such as event triggers
This event is first raised on the source element, then on each element up the tree until the root is reached
None of the above
Useful resources,Routed Events Overview