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To use HelpProvider, the following properties of the form needs to be set

A. HelpButton

B. MaximizeBox

C. MinimizeBox

D. All of the above

You can do it yup
  1. To redimension an array with its previous values intact use ___________ keyword
  2. VB.NET supports Multi Level Inheritance
  3. In Class, Me.Show and MyClass.Show are same (Show is method name)
  4. If MustOverride is used then ____________ is also a must.
  5. Data from DataSet is accessed using34
  6. If a Class in inherited, its constructor is inherited automatically and it is fired automatically
  7. To add controls at runtime use
  8. If a form call another form and the caller form is closed through code, then both forms are disposed
  9. Dim a() as Integer-{1,2,3,4}is a valid statement
  10. The Apply button automatically appears of the Font Dialog Box is opened
  11. A single OLEDBAdapter can have many DataSets
  12. If Option Explicit is on then Dim i as Integer="10" will produce an error
  13. To retrieve the default path of the project use
  14. ___________ is used to pass copies of a variable while __________ is used to pass address of a variable.
  15. To call a buttons click event use
  16. A single LinkLabel can support multiple links
  17. Finally is fired only when error occurs
  18. Two commands can be written in the same line using
  19. A form can not call itself
  20. Use a _________ statement to make Visual Basic object the default object for a set of enclosed Visual…
  21. This view is not present in VB.NET
  22. To display multiple columns in ListView the View property must be set to
  23. /*1. Class C2. public mustinherit sub abc()3. msgbox("Base Class")4. end sub5. end Class /* The error…
  24. ________ converts to long datatype
  25. Using MyBase you can call base class
  26. Using OLEDB you can connect more than one table
  27. If you want to open a file named "a.txt" use
  28. On error goto lbl is a
  29. _________ and _____________ combines to make a KeyPress event
  30. Function abc() As StringReturn 10End Function