Which of the following are true regarding multiple versions of an assembly?
a. When multiple versions of an assembly are available on the search path (AKA private assemblies), the runtime
will use the first matching assembly with a version number equal to or higher than the assembly version that
was originally linked against.
b. When assemblies are resolving in the GAC (AKA shared assemblies), both the originator and the version are
considered in determining the appropriate assembly.
c. Configuration files can be used to override the version specified at build time.
d. Strong Names are not required to utilize .NET's versioning capabilities