C# is a multi-paradigm programming language. This section contains C# related articles and syntaxes.


  • Manikandan Murugesan

    Deploying The Face API Using Visual Studio 2017

    This article demonstrates how to use Face API with C# in Visual Studio 2017 and develop a simple Windows application that invokes the Face API to detect faces in an image, by framing the faces.
  • Brij Mishra

    Deep Dive to Nullable Types in C#

    Here you will learn about the C# Nullable Type. Nullable Type is a value type but it has features of both Reference and Value type. Nullable Type has the capability to hold a value or can have a nu...
    Brij Mishra Jun 29, 2017
  • Syed Shanu

    C# OOP in Details

    In this article you will learn about OOPs in C#. Here we will learn about different pillars of OOPs like class, object, variables, Access Modifiers, Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymor...
    Syed Shanu Jun 28, 2017
  • Neeraj Kumar

    Lambda Expressions in C#

    This article explains Lambda Expressions in C#. Lambda expressions are how anonymous functions are created. Lambda expressions are anonymous functions that contain expressions or sequence of operat...
    Neeraj Kumar Jun 28, 2017
  • Rajdip Sarkar

    How To Set Text Alignment And Font Style In Excel Comment Using EPPlus Library - Part Ten

    In this tutorial, we will learn step by step Excel Sheet development, using .NET library EPPlus and Language - C#.
    Rajdip Sarkar Jun 27, 2017
  • Jasminder Singh

    Hit Conditional Breakpoints in C#

    This article explains about how to hit conditional breakpoint in C# programming. Conditional breakpoint is done by setting the Hit Count condition on the breakpoint.
    Jasminder Singh Jun 27, 2017
  • Jasminder Singh

    Generic Type Constraints: Where Keyword in C#

    This article explains the where keyword in C#. Where keyword in C# can be used in combination with the generic classes to add some constraints on it. By adding the constraints, your generic class c...
    Jasminder Singh Jun 27, 2017
  • Jasminder Singh

    Const vs Readonly in C#

    This article explains const vs readonly in C#. Basic difference between const vs readonly is that one needs to be assigned a value at compile time and the other at run time.
    Jasminder Singh Jun 27, 2017
  • Ravi Satyadarshi

    Dictionary Overview in C#

    This article is an overview of Dictionary in C#. Dictionary is a generic class that belongs to the System.Collection namespace in .NET. A dictionary can store Keys and Values of any data type in .N...
    Ravi Satyadarshi Jun 27, 2017
  • Ashish Shukla

    CLR Execution Process

    Here you will see CLR Execution Process. The CLR which is the runtime environment for .Net, provides services such as Memory Management, Security Management, Exception Handling, and Cross language ...
    Ashish Shukla Jun 27, 2017
  • Mahesh Alle

    Simple Delegates With Examples in C#

    Here, you will see delegates with examples in C#. Delegates are similar to C++ function pointers, but are type safe. Delegates allow methods to be passed as parameters. Delegates can be used to def...
    Mahesh Alle Jun 26, 2017
  • Ritesh Sharma

    Overview of Stack in C#

    This article decribes what a stack is in C#. A stack is a data structure in which items are added or removed in a Last In First Out (LIFO) manner.
    Ritesh Sharma Jun 26, 2017
  • Sri Kanth

    ReadOnly Fields in C#

    This article explains ReadOnly fields in C#. ReadOnly members are just like constants depending on the objects. The readonly modifier can be used for fields only. Once you initialize the value of R...
    Sri Kanth Jun 26, 2017
  • Rajeev Ranjan

    ServiceController Class in Windows Service

    This articles explains the ServiceController. The ServiceController component is used to fetch the installed services and manipulate the state of the service. We can start and stop a service using ...
    Rajeev Ranjan Jun 26, 2017
  • Rajdip Sarkar

    How To Format Comment (Resize And Text, Background Color) In Excel Worksheet Using EPPlus Library...

    In this tutorial, we will learn step by step Excel Sheet development, using .NET library EPPlus and Language - C#.
    Rajdip Sarkar Jun 23, 2017
  • Vishal Verma

    Factory Without Switch Case

    Factory Design Pattern falls under the category of creational design pattern.We can implement it in many ways.
    Vishal Verma Jun 23, 2017
  • Vishal Verma

    Factory Method Without Switch Case

    A Factory method affords us an easy way to create objects when multiple classes are involved. It eases the way of object creation but allows the subclass to decide which object needs to be created.
    Vishal Verma Jun 23, 2017
  • Manoj Mittal

    Myths Around MS-Excel As Data Source Using .Net (C#)

    In this blog you will learn about myths around MS-Excel as Data source using .Net (C#).
    Manoj Mittal Jun 23, 2017
  • Vo Duc Thanh

    Understanding Yield Return in C#

    The yield keyword signals to the compiler that the method in which it appears is an iterator block. The compiler generates a class to implement the behavior that is expressed in the iterator block.
    Vo Duc Thanh Jun 23, 2017
  • Morteza Mousavi

    Create Telegram Bot Button In C#

    How To create Telegram bot button in C#.
    Morteza Mousavi Jun 22, 2017
  • Vishal Verma

    Different Method To Clone An Object

    I started writing an article on methods of object cloning but while I was surfing on internet,I found a really interesting article and decided not to write another article. I deleted all my writing...
    Vishal Verma Jun 22, 2017
  • Abhishek  Jaiswal :)

    Delegates in C#

    This article is introducing a new reference type, delegate. A delegate is a C# language element that allows programmers to reference a method for their development work.
  • Sivasankar Gorantla

    Why Is String Immutable ?

    Why String Is Immutable.
  • Gayathri Anbazhagan

    Database Driven Development And Developing The User Interface Using C#

    In this article, I am going to explain about Database Driven Development and Developing the User Interface Using C#.
  • Gul Md Ershad

    Collections in C#

    This article describes Collections in C#. A collection is a way to create and manage groups of related objects. The group of objects can grow and shrink dynamically depending on the requirements in...
    Gul Md Ershad Jun 21, 2017