Latest blog tagged on "C#"

Exceptional Handling in c#

Exceptional handling in c# is used when there is any chance of dynamic error occurs while executing the program.

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By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Basic Concept of inheritance, abstract and interface

When there is a requirement of the method or member in new class and same method or member is already defined in another class then we can derive it to the new class. This phenomenon is called Inheritance in Oops.

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By Mark Devid posted   one month ago

Basic Concept of Collection in C#

Collection in C# or data structure in C# is the ability to hold the data for flexible operation , it is easy to understand, very easy to use and make your program shrink.

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Basic Concept of List in c#

A list is the collection of data of the same datatype. It is similar to Array but easy to handle.

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Concept of Class in C#

This blog is to provide some basic knowledge about the class and it is also helpful to provide clear answer for the doubts related to c#.

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By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Basic Concept and program for Bit-Wise Operation

Today's world is a digital world. All the computerized data manipulation is done in binary format because it is directly implemented in digital electronic circuitry using logic gates.

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Basic Concept for Access Specifier

For accessibility in the program we need access specifier which controls whether they can be used from other code in your assembly or other assemblies.

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Basic Calculator

In this blog we are going to create a calculator program in C#.

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Example of namespace

Namespace is a container that takes class, interface, enum, structure and delegates. The class name declared in one namespace does not conflict with the same class names declared in another.

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By Allen Scott posted   3 months ago

Sorting in gridview using tablesorter.js in

How to implement sorting in gridview using tablesorter.js

By Ashok Aryan posted   5 months ago

Difference between IQueryable<T> vs IEnumerable<T>

A lots of time Confusion between IQueryable and IEnumerable interface because, they are look like same and when we start writing a code often,we will choose a wrong approach between them.

By Anupam Mishra posted   7 months ago

Collection Interfaces in C#

In C#, all collection types use some common interfaces. These common interfaces define the basic functionality for each collection class.

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By Anupam Mishra posted   9 months ago

Difference Between Class and Structure in C#

classes and structures both are important role play for programming in C#.Its difference are totally differ from traditionally c or c .

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By Anupam Mishra posted   10 months ago

Authentication in ASP.NET

Authentication is the process of obtaining identification credentials such as name and password from a user and validating those credentials against some authority. If the credentials are valid, the entity that submitted the credentials is considered

By Kamlakar Singh posted   one year ago

File I/O in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about File I/O in C#

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Difference between managed code and Unmanaged code

In this blog, I’m explaining about managed code and unmanaged code in C#.

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Indexer in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about Indexer in C#

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Anonymous in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about Anonymous in C#

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Difference between IList and List in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about IList and List in C#

Collection in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about Collection in C#

Nullable Types in C#

In this blog, I’m explaining about nullable types in C#

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Enumerations in c#

This blog explains how enumerations works in c#.

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Code Access Security in .NET

In this blog, I’m explaining about Code Access security in .NET

Membership and Role provider available in ASP.Net

Hi everyone in this blog i'm explaining about membership and role provider.

Multithreading with C#

This blog explains how multithreading works in c#.

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