What does the following C# code signify?

expr is type

a) Determines the type of an object
b) a simple deceleration
c) Both Determines the type of an object & a simple deceleration
d) None of the mentioned

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    Explanation: The given expression determines the type of an object using the ‘is’ operator. Here, expr is an expression that describes an object whose type is being tested against type. If the type of expr is the same as, or compatible with, type, then the outcome of this operation is true. Otherwise, it is false.

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