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Microsoft Exam MB-500 Topic 10 Question 72 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's MB-500 exam
Question #: 72
Topic #: 10
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Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution. Determine whether the solution meets the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.

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You must create a new attribute class in which to mark other classes in the ISV solution and their respective methods with the error levels Warning and Error. You have the following class: (Une numbers are included for reference only.)

You need 10 ensure that the compiler will report an error il code calls the bike method.

Solution:

Create the following attribute class:

Insert the following code at line 04:

Does the solution meet the goal?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Susana
2 months ago
Hmm, I'm not sure about that 'ErrorReported' property either. It seems a bit unnecessary, to be honest. Maybe we should just focus on the core functionality of the 'ErrorLevel' attribute and leave out any extra bells and whistles. Keep it simple, you know?
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Lili
2 months ago
Yeah, I agree. The solution seems logical, but we should double-check the syntax and make sure the attribute is being applied correctly. I'm a bit concerned about the 'ErrorReported' property - does that have any special significance, or is it just for our own reference?
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Kerry
2 months ago
Okay, let's take a closer look. The solution involves creating a new attribute class called 'ErrorLevel' and marking the 'bike' method with the 'Error' level. This should, in theory, make the compiler report an error if the code calls the 'bike' method. Sounds like a solid approach to me.
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Elenore
2 months ago
Hmm, this looks like a tricky one. The question is testing our understanding of custom attributes and how to use them to control the compiler's behavior. I'm not entirely sure if the solution provided meets the stated goal, but let's discuss it further.
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German
2 months ago
Yes
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Claudia
2 months ago
A
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