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In TreeView to get the node the mouse is pointing to, use

A. GetNode

B. Node

C. GetNodeAt

D. SelectNode

Please do not use chat terms. Example: avoid using "grt" instead of "great".

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  1. If you want to open a file named "a.txt" use
  2. In HelpProvider ___________ property is used to mention the help file name
  3. FolderBrowserDialog displays
  4. Class ccpublic _________ I as stringend classButton1_Clickcc.I=100
  5. ScrollBars can be added to
  6. Images can be loaded from
  7. Using MyBase you can call base class
  8. A form can not call itself
  9. To override Finalize function the scope of the function must be
  10. A MsgBox can have maximum ___________ button(s)
  11. In Class, Me.Show and MyClass.Show are same (Show is method name)
  12. If a Class in inherited, its constructor is inherited automatically and it is fired automatically
  13. VB.NET does not support control arrays
  14. The default event handler of TextBox is
  15. Data from DataSet is accessed using34
  16. When a project is Built it creates a _______ and ________ file under Bin directory
  17. ___________ is used to pass copies of a variable while __________ is used to pass address of a variable.
  18. To vertically arrange all forms in an MDI form use
  19. A Class can inherit both Class and Interface at a time
  20. In TreeView to collapse all the nodes of a selected node ___________ method is used
  21. In ListView the item that is currently selected is determined by
  22. A single OLEDBAdapter can have many DataSets
  23. Default event handler of Splitter is
  24. A function can have multiple return statements
  25. dim arr(10) as string, the max index of the array is
  26. A form can have only ______ Main Menu and _________ Context Menu
  27. The EventLog's ________ method is used to write an entry to a log file
  28. This view is not present in VB.NET
  29. If a Form is Inherited from another Form and both Forms have certain codes in their respective Form_Load…
  30. Only derived class can have shadows keyword