C Sharp and .Net.txt

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C Sharp and .Net.txt
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  1. What is Contravariance?
    Means you can either use the type specified or any type that is less derived
  2. What are some of the new features in C# 4.0?
    • Dynamic Binding
    • Type variance with generic interfaces and delegates
    • Optional Parameters
    • Named Arguments
    • COM Interoperability improvements
    • Task Parallel Library
    • CountdownEvent and Barrier (For Synchronization)
    • SemaphoreSlim
  3. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 20]
    What are some things that are stored in a type's metadata?
    • Key to the object's type
    • lock state
    • garbage collection flag
  4. What are Generics?
    When were they introduced?
    What is the benefit of Generics?
    • Generics is a construct that allows you to define type-safe data structures, without committing to actual data types.
    • Introduced in C# 2.0
    • Generics allows you to reuse what would otherwise be type-specific code.
  5. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 33]
    How would you define an A) 3x3 2D int array?
    B) A jagged array?
    • A) int[,] matrix = new int[3,3];
    • B) int [][] matrix = new int [3][];
  6. How would you determine whether a type is a value type or a reference type using its default value?
    Only reference types have a default value of null
  7. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 41]
    What is an example of using an optional parameter and params array in a function signature?
    static int Sum(int n, bool b=false, params int[] ints)
  8. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 43]
    A) Given the function void Foo(int x, int y) {...}, is the following call: Foo(y:2, x:1) legal?
    B) How about this one: Foo(x:1, 2)?
    • A) Yes
    • B) No, positional parameters must come before named arguments.
  9. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 67, 70]
    In what version of C# was object initializers and automatic properties introduced?
    C# 3.0
  10. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 71]
    Implement a simple prime number indexer
    • public class Primes {
    • public int[] PrimeNumbers
    • = { 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19 };
    • public int this[int nthPrim] {
    • get { return PrimeNumbers[nthPrim]; }
    • private set { PrimeNumbers[nthPrim] = value; }
    • }
    • }
  11. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 77]
    What is Polymorphism?
    What is an example of Polymorphism?
    • In subtype polymorphism, functions written to operate on elements of a supertype can also operate on elements of a subtype.
    • One example is when a variable of type x refers to an object that sublclasses x. For example the following method, Display, uses polymorphism,
    • void Display(Vehicle vehicle) { Console.Write(vehicle); }
    • var car = new Car();
    • var scooter = new Scooter();
    • Display(car); Display(scooter);
  12. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 79]
    What does the as operator do?
    Performs a downcast (subclass from base class cast) that evaluates to null instead of throwing an InvalidCastException, which is what a normal cast would do if the cast failed.
  13. What does the following C# code do?
    var saveText = lastSaveTime ?? "";
    sets saveText to lastSaveTime if it's not null, otherwise it gets set to "";
  14. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 83]
    If a subclass omits the base keyword from the contructor, do any of the base class contstructors get called?
    public Subclass (int x) instead of:
    public Subclass (int x) : base (x)
    Yes, the parameterless contructor in the base class gets implicitly called. If this is missing from the base class, the subclass is required to use the : base(...) construct.
  15. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 88]
    What is the Finalize() method of System.Object used for?
    protected override void Finalize();
    Garbage collection
  16. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 112]
    What is covariance?
    • a type X is covariant if X<S> allows a reference conversion to X<B> where S subclasses B.
    • For example, the following shows List type as covariant:
    • IEnumerable<string> stringList = new List<string>();
    • IEnumerable<object> objects = stringList;
  17. What is the definition for a function Map, that is an extension method for IEnumerable<T> that performs a mapping (Func<T,R>) and returns an IEnumerable<R>?
    • static IEnumerable<R> Map<T,R>(
    • this IEnumerable<T> list, Func<T,R> mapping) {
    • foreach (var el in list) {
    • yield return mapping(el)
    • }
  18. Given the following, what is the output from the WriteLine statement?
    public delegate int MonadicFunc(int i);
    public delegate int BinaryFunc(int i, int j);

    MonadicFunc square = i => i * i;
    BinaryFunc sum = (i, j) => i + j;
    WriteLine(sum(square(3), 17));
    26
  19. Convert the following into a LINQ-expresion
    foreach (var p in primes) {
    if (pCandidate % p == 0) return false;
    }
    return true;
    return primes.All(p => pCandidate % p != 0);
  20. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 267]
    Given the class which implements IEnumerable<int>:
    class IntColl : IEnumerable<int> {
    int[] numbs = {7, 3, 6, 4};
    A) Which two functions must be implemented for the interface?
    B) Implement the generic version using the numbs array.
    C) Implement the non-generic version.
    • A) IEnumerator<int> GetEnumerator()
    • and IEnumerator IEnumerable.GetEnumerator()
    • B) foreach (var n in numbs) yield return n;
    • C) return GetEnumerator();
  21. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 298]
    Subclassing System.Collections.ObjectModel.Collection
    gives the subclass the following data member:
    protected IList<T> Items { get; }.
    What are the four virtual methods also included?
    • void ClearItems();
    • void InsertItem (int index, T item);
    • void RemoveItem (int index);
    • void SetItem (int index, T item);
  22. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 301]
    What is the most common use for KeyedCollection<,>?
    • Providing a collection of items accessible by both index and by name. For example:
    • zoo.Animal.Add(new Animal("Kangaroo", 10));
    • zoo.Animal.Add(new Animal("Zebra", 12));
    • WriteLine(zoo.Animals[0].Popularity); //prints 10
    • WriteLine(zoo.Animals["Zebra"].Popularity); //prints 12
    • zoo.Animals["Zebra"].Name = "Mr Stripy";
  23. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 311]
    In what version of C# and Framework version was LINQ introduced?
    C# 3.0 and Framework 3.5
  24. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 312]
    Given the string array:
    string[] names = { "Tom", "Dick", "Harry" };

    Write a linq query to get short names (e.g., less than 5 characters)
    var shortNames = names.Where(n => n.Length < 5);
  25. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 317]
    True or False. A lambda expression in a query operator works on the input sequence as a whole.
    False. It works on individual elements in the sequence.
  26. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 317]
    What is the name of the function being defined here?
    public static IEnumerable<TSource> ?????<TSource>
    (this IEnumerable<TSource> source
    , Func<TSource, bool> predicate) {
    foreach (TSource element in source) {
    if (predicate(element)) yield return element;
    }
    }
    Enumerable.Where
  27. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 317]
    What is the equivalent Func delegate for the lambda:
    TSource => bool
    Func<TSource, bool>
  28. [C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, pg 320]
    What does the following code print out?
    string[] names
    = {"Tom", "Jackson", "Andrew", "Nick"};
    var query =
    from n in names
    where n.Contains("n")
    orderby n.Length
    select n.ToUpper();
    foreach (var name in query) Write(name + " ");
    ANDREW JACKSON
  29. Define a regex that tests if a string starts with a number and provide usage for it.
    • var startsWithNumb = new Regex("^[0-9]");
    • if startsWithNumb.IsMatch(str)
    • Console.WriteLine("it's a match");
  30. Define and use a regex with grouping parentheses to parse the string:
    10135A Configuring Managing
    Into the following strings:
    "10135A", "Configuring Managing"
    • var re = new Regex
    • (@"^([0-9]{5}[a-z])\s+(.*)", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);
    • var match = re.Match(dataStr);
    • if (match.Success) {
    • Console.WriteLine(match.Groups[1].Value);
    • Console.WriteLine(match.Groups[2].Value);
    • }
  31. Convert the following LINQ to Sql into an equivalent methods chain.
    public IQueryable<Sailor> FindAllSailors() {
    return from sailor in _dataContext.Sailors orderby sailor.Name
    select sailor;
    }
    • return _dataContext.Sailors.OrderBy(
    • sailor => sailor.Name);

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