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1. Why do .NET assemblies not require to be registered:
Because there is no actual code stored in the application, as it is contained in the registry
Because the CLR uses the metadata information that is stored in the assembly manifest to find the required components and the data types that it uses
Because the contain to the executable code to run on any type of system without the help of the CLR
Because there is an associated file which is ported with the assembly which defines all the required information to run it
Because the C# code run directly on the system, and is interpreted by the JIT compiler