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Which of the following statements are correct about a .NET Assembly? It is the smallest deployable unit. Each assembly has only one entry point - Main(), WinMain() or DLLMain(). An assembly can be a Shared assembly or a Private assembly. An assembly ?->(Show Answer!)
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1. Which of the following statements are correct about a .NET Assembly? It is the smallest deployable unit. Each assembly has only one entry point - Main(), WinMain() or DLLMain(). An assembly can be a Shared assembly or a Private assembly. An assembly can contain only code and data. An assembly is always in the form of an EXE file.





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