C# Programming - Collection Classes

Exercise :: Collection Classes - General Questions

  • Collection Classes - General Questions
6. 

Which of the following statements are correct about the C#.NET code snippet given below?

Stack st = new Stack();
st.Push("hello");
st.Push(8.2);
st.Push(5);
st.Push('b');
st.Push(true);

A. Dissimilar elements like "hello", 8.2, 5 cannot be stored in the same Stack collection.
B. Boolean values can never be stored in Stack collection.
C. In the fourth call to Push(), we should write "b" in place of 'b'.
D. To store dissimilar elements in a Stack collection, a method PushAnyType() should be used in place of Push().
E. This is a perfectly workable code.

Answer: Option E

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7. 

Which of the following statements are correct about the Stack collection?

  1. It can be used for evaluation of expressions.
  2. All elements in the Stack collection can be accessed using an enumerator.
  3. It is used to maintain a FIFO list.
  4. All elements stored in a Stack collection must be of similar type.
  5. Top-most element of the Stack collection can be accessed using the Peek() method.

A. 1 and 2 only
B. 3 and 4 only
C. 1, 2 and 5 only
D. All of the above
E. None of the above

Answer: Option C

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8. 

A HashTable t maintains a collection of names of states and capital city of each state. Which of the following is the correct way to find out whether "Kerala" state is present in this collection or not?

A. t.ContainsKey("Kerala");
B. t.HasValue("Kerala");
C. t.HasKey("Kerala");
D. t.ContainsState("Kerala");
E. t.ContainsValue("Kerala");

Answer: Option A

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9. 

Which of the following is the correct way to access all elements of the Queue collection created using the C#.NET code snippet given below?

Queue q = new Queue(); 
q.Enqueue("Sachin"); 
q.Enqueue('A'); 
q.Enqueue(false); 
q.Enqueue(38); 
q.Enqueue(5.4);

A.
IEnumerator e;
e = q.GetEnumerator(); 
while (e.MoveNext())
Console.WriteLine(e.Current);
B.
IEnumerable e;
e = q.GetEnumerator(); 
while (e.MoveNext()) 
Console.WriteLine(e.Current);
C.
IEnumerator e;
e = q.GetEnumerable(); 
while (e.MoveNext()) 
Console.WriteLine(e.Current);
D.
IEnumerator e;
e = Queue.GetEnumerator(); 
while (e.MoveNext()) 
Console.WriteLine(e.Current);

Answer: Option A

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10. 

Which of the following is NOT an interface declared in System.Collections namespace?

A. IComparer
B. IEnumerable
C. IEnumerator
D. IDictionaryComparer
E. IDictionaryEnumerator

Answer: Option D

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