programming languages Online Quiz - 114
|Description: programming languages Online Quiz - 114|
|Number of Questions: 20|
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot|
|Tags: programming languages|
What an interface could be
I defined an equals method, but Hashtable ignores it. Why?
What JSON stands for?
Brackets used in JSON are
The number of forms that can be added to a aspx page is
How do you explicitly kill a user’s session ?
Which Namespace allows us to implement the form authentication ?
What is the Full Form of WSDL ?
To understand the output of the statement ``, the user needs to know the basics of HTML forms.
This HTML statement creates a form that will be submitted to the URL specified in the
action attribute, in this case, "test.aspx". The
method attribute specifies how the form data will be submitted to the server.
Now, let's go through each option and explain why it is right or wrong:
A. Transfers all the form data to test.aspx with HTTP headers: This option is partially correct. The form data will be transferred to test.aspx, but the HTTP headers will also be included in the request. The
method attribute is set to "post", which means that the form data will be sent in the request body. This is more secure than sending the data in the URL, which is what happens when
method is set to "get".
B. Transfers all the form data to test.aspx without HTTP headers: This option is incorrect. The HTTP headers will be included in the request, regardless of the
method attribute value.
C. Calls Post method on test.aspx: This option is partially correct. The
method attribute is set to "post", which means that the HTTP POST method will be used to submit the form data to test.aspx.
D. Transfers all the form data from test.aspx to others: This option is incorrect. The statement `` creates a form that submits data to test.aspx, not from test.aspx.
Therefore, the correct answer is: A. Transfers all the form data to test.aspx with HTTP headers.
What is a daemon thread?
Which is/are true?
Which is true about HashMap and Hashtable?