Microsoft Silverlight 4 Development


Exam : Microsoft 70-506
Title : Microsoft Silver light 4 Development
Version : Demo

1. You are developing a Silver light 4 application. You need to add a Media Element control
that handles when the media has finished playing. Which XAML fragment should you
use?
A. <MediaElement x:Name="MediaElement1" AutoPlay="True"
MediaEnded="MediaElement1_MediaEnded"f>
B. <MediaElement x:Name="MediaElement1" AutoPlay="True"
MediaOpened="MediaElement1_MediaOpened"f>
C. <MediaElement x:Name="MediaElement1" AutoPlay=''True''
Marl<erReached="MediaElement1_Marl<erReached"f>
D. <MediaElement x:Name="MediaElement1" AutoPlay=''True''
CurrentStateChanged="MediaElement1_ CurrentStateChanged" f>
Answer: A

2. You are developing a Silverlight 4 application. The application contains a Person class
that has a puonc nuuabte OateTime property named Birthday. You display a list of Person
objects in a OataGrid control.
One of the columns in the OataGrid control is bound to Birthday.
You need to ensure that the data-bound column displays Birthday by using the long date
format. Which binding expression should you use?
A. {Binding Path=Birthday, FalibackValue='O'}
B. {Binding Path=Birthday, StringFormat=\{O:OI}}
C. {Binding Path=Birthday, ConverterParameter=I{O:DI}}
D. {Binding Path=Birthday, TargetNullValue='LongOatePattern'}
Answer: B
3. You are developing a Silverlight 4 application. The application has a page that contains
a Slider control named sldAmounl. You need to enable the wheel of the mouse to control
sldAmounl.
What should you do?
A. Handle the ManipulationDelta event on sldAmounl.

Increase sldAmounl.SmaliChange if the e.DeltaManipulation.Translation.X argument
is positive.
Decrease sldAmounl.SmaliChange if the e.DeltaManipulation.Translation.X argument
is negative.
B. Handle the ManipulationDelta event on sldAmounl.
Increase sldAmountValue if the e.DeltaManipulation.Translation.X argument is
positive.
Decrease sldAmounl.Value if the e.DeltaManipulation.Translation.X argument is
negative.
C. Handle the MouseWheel event on sldAmounl.
Increase sldAmounl.SmaliChange if the e.Delta argument is positive.
Decrease sldAmounl.SmaliChange if the e.Delta argument is negative.
D. Handle the MouseWheel event on sldAmounl.
Increase sldAmounl.Value if the e.Delta argument is positive.
Decrease sldAmounl.Value iflhe e.Delta argument is negative.
Answer: D
5. You are developing a Silverlight 4 application. The application has an XAML page that
contains the following XAML fragment. (Line numbers are included for reference only.) 01
<ComboBox x:Name="cbName">
02 <ComboBoxltem Content="One"/>
03 <ComboBoxltem Content=''Two''/>
04 </ComboBox>
05 <Rectangl
06 <i :Interaction. Triggers>
07
08 </i:lnteraction. Triggers>
09 </Rectangl
You need to allow the user to call an ICommand named GetPeopleCommand when the
user clicks the Rectangle. You also need to pass the selected value of the ComboBox to
GetPeopleCommand.
Which XAML fragment should you insert at line 07?
A. <i:EventTrigger EventName="MouseLeftButtonDown">
<i:lnvokeCommandAction Command="{Binding GetPeopleCommand}"
CommandParameter="{Binding Selectedltem, ElementName=cbName}"1>
</i:EventTrigger>
B. <i:EvenlTrigger EventName="MouseButtonDown">
<i:lnvokeCommandAction Command="{Binding GetPeopleCommand}"
CommandParameter="{Binding Selected Item, ElementName=cbName}"/>
</i:EvenlTrigger>
C. <i:EvenlTrigger EventName="MouseLeffButtonDown">
<i:lnvokeCommandAction Command="{Binding GetPeopleCommand}"
CommandParameter="{Binding SelectedValue, ElementName=cbName}"/>
</i:EvenlTrigger>

D. <i:EvenlTrigger EventName="MouseButtonDown">
<i:lnvokeCommandAction Command="{Binding GetPeopleCommand}"
CommandParameter="{Binding SelectedValue, ElementName=cbName}"/>
</i:EvenlTrigger>
Answer: A

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