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Old 05-30-2009, 10:05 AM
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Default .Net Framework interview questions

Explain the .Net Framework.

Answer - The .Net framework allows infrastructural services to all the applications developed in .net compliant language. It is an engine that provides runtime services using its component like Common Runtime Language. It consists of two main components such as Common Language Runtime and Framework Class Library.

Describe the .Net Framework Architecture.

Answer - The .Net Framework has two main components:
.Net Framework Class Library: It provides common types such as data types and object types that can be shared by all .Net compliant language.
The Common language Runtime: It provides services like code execution, type safety, security, thread management, interoperability services.

What are the components of the .Net Framework?

Answer - Class Loader, Compiler, Garbage Collection, Type checker, Debug engine, Exception Manager, Security engine, Thread manager, COM Marshallar, Class Library.

Explain the role of assembly in the .Net Framework.

Answer - .Net Framework keeps executable code or DLL in the form of assembly. .Net Framework maintains multiple versions of the application in the system through assembly. The assemblies have MSIL code and manifest that contains metadata. The metadata contains version information of the assembly.

Describe the GAC in the .Net Framework.

Answer - .Net Framework provides Global Assembly cache, a machine-wide cache. It stores shared assemblies that can be accessed by multiple languages.

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