The ngModel directive is part of a built-in Angular module called "_____________________".

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A)

NgModule

B)

BrowserModule

C)

FormsModule

D)

AppComponent

 

Author Explanation :

FormsModule 

Answers Posted

PostedBy By: Satya Krishna, at 11:14 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: Ngmodel is part of forms module

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: Revanth Sai, at 10:47 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: It is a built in directive which should be imported from forms module

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: vamshi, at 10:11 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: Browser module

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: vamshi, at 10:11 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted:

Explanation: Browser module

Result: Wrong Answer

PostedBy By: jayaprathap, at 09:54 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: import this module in to the template module before using the ngModel directive

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: sourabh, at 09:24 AM on 19-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: If you not include formModule,ngmodel will throw an error

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: Srinivasan Baskaran, at 02:10 AM on 09-April-2019

Answer Posted: C

Explanation: ngModel comes as a built-in directive as part of the FormsModule to implement two-way data binding and should be preferred when building components that serve as custom form controls.

Result: Correct

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