C# Programming Tutorials

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Background In C#, programmer has no control on when the destructor is going to be executed because this is determined by the Garbage Collector. The garbage collector checks for objects that are no longer used by the application and calls the destructors of all the objects and reclaims the memory...
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Background As in other langauges When you derive a class from a base class, the derived class will inherit all members of the base class except constructors, though whether the derived class would be able to access those members would depend upon the accessibility of those members in the base...
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In my old MFC programming days we used to track the problems using the OutputDebugString and I have written my own version of OutputDebugString which accepts multiple arguments. When I started C# and .NET I wanted to know how can I do this in C sharp as well and remember that it should be as simple...
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System.Windows.Forms.Timer 1. It's a forms-based timer. 2. After creating it, you can set the interval which elapses between ticks using the Interval and hook up a delegate to its Tick event. 3. Calling Start and Stop methods, start and stop of the timer. 4. It runs entirely on the...
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Introduction Classes and structs can be restricted so that only the program or namespace they are declared in may use them. Class members can be restricted so that only derived classes can use them, or restricted so that only classes within the current namespace or program can use them. Access...
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If you are beginner to LINQ, I will suggest you to first read Introduction to LINQ. However, if you have read that article or have some basic understanding of LINQ queries and lambda expressions, you can carry on with this article. In this article, I am going to explain you some more advanced LINQ...
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Introduction XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a very popular format used to store and share data. In a nutshell, XML stores information in a tree-based text format that allows both you and I as well as computers to easily read the data. I'm sure you have used XML-like languages directly or...
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Introduction LinkedList is a general-purpose linked list. It supports enumerators and implements the ICollection interface.It is a true linked list with separate nodes of type LinkedListNode, so insertion and removal are O(1) operations. Lists that contain reference types perform better if...
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Introduction An event is a message sent by an object to signal the occurrence of an action. The action could be caused by user interaction, such as a mouse click, or it could be triggered by some other program logic. The object that raises the event is called the event sender. The object that...
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1. Take a new C# Dll project 2. Add a new windows console application project to the solution 3. Add the following to the Dll project. namespace BasicRefDll { public class SampleClass { /// <summary> /// Shows the message box /// </summary>
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Generics are the most powerful feature of C# 2.0. Generics allow you to define type-safe data structures, without committing to actual data types. This results in a significant performance boost and higher quality code, because you get to reuse data processing algorithms without duplicating...
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The .NET Framework has built-in support for globalisation in its System.Globalization namespace. This namespace can help you build international support into your applications. If you plan your applications to include support for an international audience, the cost to develop them isn't much...
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In almost every software application, you need to handle a list of data of any type. The list can contain, users registered on the website, the list of items purchased by the user or the list of items that have been sold and so on and so forth. In order to handle lists of data we have data...
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In this article, we are going to explore a couple of fairly advanced C# concepts. We will start by explaining the concept of extension methods in C#. I will explain you with the help of examples, what basically extension methods are, how they are actually used and what its benefits are. Next, we...
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In my last article, I explained, how can we iterate upon a collection to traverse or enumerate its items using the IEnumerable and IEnumerator interfaces along with their generic conterparts. However, those interfaces have some limitations, for instance we could only traverse the collection in...
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The array is one of those data structures which have been in use since the advent of the programming languages. Be it C, C++, Java, PHP or any other web-based, desktop or mobile application development, you will find an array data structure to hold records of data. Syntax may be different but the...
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In my recent articles, I have been walking you through some of the most commonly used types and interfaces that play integral role in storing collection of items. We have previously studied Lists, Stacks, Queues and other collections. I have also explained Array class and its usage in one of my...
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LINQ (Language Integrated Query) is arguable one of the most astonishing features of the .NET framework. If you have slightest idea of database programming, you must have written SQL queries. Something like “Select * Name From Customers”. This line was actually used to get names of all the...
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XML documents are a standards described by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that are used for transferring information over the internet. The .NET Framework provides several namespaces and classes that allow developers to read, write and interact with the XML documents. In my article on LINQ to XML,...
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In my last article, Complete Threading Tutorial in C#, I explained basics of threading. I explained that how threads can be created, how locking is implemented to make your applications thread-safe and how exception handling is implemented in threaded applications. This article explains some more...
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