ArcObjects Questions

I would like to share some of questions and answers on ArcObjects.  These are very basic questions in ArcObjects, which helps to understand the technology better and helpful for attending an interview.

1.                  What is the basic difference between a command and a tool?

Ans:        A command unlike a tool, once clicked doesn’t require any further user interaction with the map to complete its function.

2.                  A __________ class represents objects that can be created directly.

a.      Class

b.      CoClass

c.      Abstract Class

d.      None of the above 

3.                  A __________ class cannot be used to create new objects, but it is a specification for sub classes.

a.      Class

b.      CoClass

c.      Abstract Class

d.      None of the above

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10 Responses to “ArcObjects Questions”

  1. irfan Says:

    would like to see ArcObject and ArcGIS Server related questions,

  2. HARISH Says:

    Thanks for that…..

  3. krishna Says:

    hi harish this is krishna please advise me

    i know ASP.NET ,GIS ,AUTO CAD .ANAD C++,C# LANGVAGES

    HOW TO HANDELED ARC GIS PLEASE REPLAY

    THANK YOU

  4. SANTHOSH Says:

    HI

  5. Guru Says:

    We need a candidate for Software Developer on ArcGIS and AutoCAd, anyone there? pls reply to above e-mail ID

  6. Guru Says:

    e-mail id is gprasadc@yahoo.com

  7. sridhar Says:

    hello any body needs online are direct arc Gis desktop course leve a message

  8. radha Says:

    HI i am trying to learn arc objects plz can u help out me

  9. Nilesh Says:

    I am Developer and also providing training on ArcObject for reputed software company. I would be happy to share my knowledge.
    id: Whitelotus1007@gmail.com

  10. ramakrishna Says:

    We need a candidate for Software Developer on ArcGIS Desktop and Server and AutoCAd, anyone there? pls reply to e-mail – ramakrishna.vanka@valuelabs.com

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