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Exam: Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007, Configuring
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Posted: 2013-09-12
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    • Big Boy from United States 02 10 2013, 3:31 PM Report Spam
      Took the test and passed. I did not see the question I commented on earlier.
    • Carlos from Brazil 02 06 2013, 8:51 PM Report Spam
      About the new question that @Hamouda from France posted. I think the correct answer would be 1. What do you think guys?
    • Carlos from Brazil 02 06 2013, 8:48 PM Report Spam
      I agree with Big Boy from United States – 02 03 2013, 12:52 PM.
    • Big Boy from United States 02 03 2013, 12:52 PM Report Spam
      Artem,Peter, q172
      TimeSpan DOES have a TotalMilliseconds properly which shows sub millisecond time as the question asks.
      http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.timespan.totalmilliseconds(v=vs.100).aspx

      The link above even shows a great example:
      // There are 142,965,750.00000 milliseconds, as follows:

      Notice how it shows 142 million + milliseconds. Also notice is has decimal place with a claimed 5 digits of precision. Granted that comes from the string.format usage of {0:N5}, but why show that if it is meaningless?

      Anyway, I believe the correct answer to be B. B

      Peter, Not only does B work as well AND save 1 line of code, it also directly answers the part of the question "in sub-milliseconds ( <1 millisecond)"

      TimeSpan.Millsecond property is just the milliseconds portion and its JUST AN INT. It will only show a value from 0 to 999. Like Hours will only have a value of 0 to 23.

    • Artem from Ukraine 02 02 2013, 12:12 AM Report Spam
      Peter, q172
      because in B there is sw.Elapsed.TotalMilliseconds, but there is no TOTAL Milliseconds preperty.
    • Hamouda from France 01 25 2013, 1:44 PM Report Spam
      New Question :

      The application containes the following Plain Old Class Object (POCO) classes

      public class WorkFlow
      {

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