The list below shows a few of the new features introduced in ASP.Net 4.0 -

  1. Optional and Named Parameters
  2. COM Interoperability Enhancements
  3. Covariance and Contra-variance
  4. Dynamic Type Introduction

(IL)Intermediate Language is also known as MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) or CIL (Common Intermediate Language). All .NET source code is compiled to IL. This IL is then converted to machine code at the point where the software is installed, or at run-time by a Just-In- Time (JIT) compiler.


A break point is the line of code at which you want your program to be paused (when running in debugger mode) and see the runtime values of different variables in the program. If the program control ever reaches this line during the execution of the program, it pause the execution and allows you to see and edit the values of the variables of your program. 

To run the application with debugger, select Debug > Run or press F5. To run the application without debugger, select Debug > Run without debugger or press Ctrl+F5 

2 events, one is disposed , second one is tick event

The design view opens the VS.NET form designer that allows you to place user interface controls on the form by simple drag and drop, resize them and set various properties in the convenient way. The designer automatically generates the required code for the program. The code view opens the source code editor that allows you to see the actual code of the program and perform any desired edition. 

Namespaces are used to organize classes within the .NET Framework. They dictate the logical structure of the code. They are analogous to Java packages, with the key difference being Java packages define the physical layout of source files (directory structure) while .NET namespaces do not. However, many developers follow this approach and organize their C# source files in directories that correlate with namespaces. The .NET Framework has namespaces defined for its many classes, such as System.Xml—these are utilized via the using statement. Namespaces are assigned to classes via the namespace keyword.

The GAC is the Global Assembly Cache. Shared assemblies reside in the GAC; this allows applications to share assemblies instead of having the assembly distributed with each application. Versioning allows multiple assembly versions to exist in the GAC—applications can specify version numbers in the config file. The gacutil command line tool is used to manage the GAC.

Tuple is a fixed-size collection that can have elements of either same or different data types. Similar to arrays, a user must have to specify the size of a tuple at the time of declaration. Tuples are allowed to hold up from 1 to 8 elements and if there are more than 8 elements, then the 8th element can be defined as another tuple. Tuples can be specified as parameter or return type of a method.

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