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Feb 17 '06 #1
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I got 24/27 right on the C# test. I'm not sure which ones I missed,
but I take issue with these 3 questions:

Question 11:
No answer is correct. The output is actually 11253.

Question 17:
No answer is correct because all are devoid of the name ZipCode.

Question 20:
There are actually two incorrect answers.
1) int is not an unsigned type.
2) Float is not the alias for System.Single. However, float is.

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