Go4Expert April 2014 Monthly Newsletter
 

Understanding XmlReader, XmlWriter & XmlDocument in C#


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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LINQ to XML


XML stands for Extensible Markup language that is most commonly used for transferring information over the World Wide Web. XML documents are simple to write as well as understand both for humans as well as for software applications. If you come across an XML document, with little attention, you can...
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Understanding LINQ Operators in C# With Examples


LINQ is MicrosoftÂ’s latest data access technology. LINQ stands for language integrated query and it can be leverage to execute complex queries in a simple and more understandable manner. LINQ provides diverse query execution functions with the help of special methods that are known as query...
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LINQ to SQL & Entity Framework Understanding Similarities and Differences


Entity framework is MicrosoftÂ’s latest data access technology and is considered a replacement for ADO.NET. However, there are still plenty of features where ADO.NET beats entity framework, but developers are now switching to Entity Framework owing to its strong decoupling and separation of concerns...
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Subqueries & Interpreted Queries in LINQ


If you are beginner to LINQ, I will suggest you to first read Introduction to LINQ. (http://www.go4expert.com/articles/getting-started-linq-c-sharp-examples-t30037/) However, if you have read that article or have some basic understanding of LINQ queries and lambda expressions, you can carry on with...
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Getting Started With LINQ in C# With Examples


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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Understanding C# Dictionaries WIth Examples


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 (http://www.go4expert.com/articles/lists-queues-stacks-sets-c-sharp-t30028/) and other...
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Query DNS Server with Ruby


DNS (Domain Name System) is ubiquitous to any website or application operating over the internet, as people find it easier to remember the website by the domain names rather than their IP addresses. The DNS system can store data for a variety of services for a domain like MX (Mail Exchanger record)...
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C# Array Class


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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Lists, Queues, Stacks & Sets in C#


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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