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Which of the following statements is TRUE about a delegate?

Delegates cannot be used for instance methods.
 
 
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  Delegates cannot be used for static methods.
 
 
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  You can combine multiple delegates to form a single delegate.
 
 
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  A and C
 
 
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  B and C
 
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I would vote for (D), don't use Experts Exchange to cheat on exams, but that's just me :-)
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