You need to write a multicast delegate that accepts a DateTime argument
which code type you can choose

 Posted by aswinialuri-19361 on 9/25/2013 | Category: C# Interview questions | Views: 5199 | Points: 40
Select from following answers:
  1. public delegate int PowerDeviceOn(bool result, DateTime autoPowerOff);
  2. public delegate void PowerDeviceOn(DataTime autoPowerOff);
  3. public delegate bool PowerDeviceOn(object sender, EventsArgs autoPowerOff);
  4. public delegate bool PowerDeviceOn(DataTime autoPowerOff);
  5. All Above

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