What is Overloading? What is Overloads? What is Overload?

Overloading – is the concept of using one function or class in different ways by changing the signature of its parameters. We can define a function with multiple signatures without using the keyword Overloads, but if you use the Overloads keyword in one, you must use it in all of the function’s Overloaded signatures.

The Overloads keyword is used in VB.NET, while the Overload keyword is used in C# (There is no other difference). The Overloads property allows a function to be described using deferent combinations of parameters. Each combination is considered a signature, thereby uniquely defining an instance of the method being defined.

Overloading is a way through which polymorphism is achieved.

What is shared keyword used for? What is static?

Shared and Static mean the same. Shared is used in VB.NET, while Static is used in C#.

Can we achieve operator overloading in VB.NET?

Yes, it is supported in the .NET 2.0 version, the “operator” keyword is used.

What is the purpose of the MustInherit keyword in VB.NET?

MustInherit keyword in VB.NET is used to create an abstract class.

How would you implement inheritance using VB.NET & C#?

C# Derived Class: Base class
VB.NET: Derived Class Inherits Base class

What is the main difference between Asp.net and Vb.net?

Asp.net is a web technology used for designing webforms and Vb.net is a programming language.
ASP.NET is a powerful technology for writing dynamic web pages.
ASP.NET is a way of creating dynamic web pages while making use of the innovations present in .NET.
VB.NET is a language.But ASP.NET is the Environment where we can create websites or webpag

What is use of the AutoEventWireup attribute in the Page directive ?

The AutoEventWireUp is a boolean attribute that allows automatic wireup of page events when this attribute is set to true on the page. It is set to True by default for a C# web form whereas it is set as False for VB.NET forms. Pages developed with Visual Studio .NET have this attribute set to false, and page events are individually tied to handlers.