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The correct sequence of Form Loading is

A. Load

B. Initialize, Load, Activate

C. Initialize, Activate, Load

D. Activate, Initialize Load

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  2. A function can have multiple return statements
  3. On error goto lbl is a
  4. To uninstall a Windows Service ____________ is use
  5. Using OLEDB you can connect more than one table
  6. ________ converts to long datatype
  7. To override Finalize function the scope of the function must be
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  17. To redimension an array with its previous values intact use ___________ keyword
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  20. You can assign a Main Menu to any control
  21. To call a buttons click event use
  22. Data from DataSet is accessed using34
  23. If a Form is Inherited from another Form and both Forms have certain codes in their respective Form_Load…
  24. In ListView the item that is currently selected is determined by
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