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

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  • Lazy Loading with Generic Methods

    In this article, we will learn Lazy Loading using Generic Method in C#
  • Creating Certificates in C#

    How to Create Certificates in C#
  • How to Reverse the Order Of Words In A String

    In this blog, I am going to explain the program to reverse the order of words in a string using a static/extension method.
  • C# IConvertible Interface

    In this post, we are going to implement the IConvertible interface in C#. We will also see how our type can convert itself to different common language runtime types.
  • Reserved Keywords as Variable Names Using C#

    An explanation of how to save reserved keywords as variable names using C#
  • Top 50 C# Interview Questions and Answers

    Top 50 must know C# interview questions and answers for C# developers who plan to attend C# and .NET Interviews.
  • Null-Coalescing Assignment Operator In C# 8.0

    In this article, we will learn how to use Null-coalescing assignment operator in C# and also check the updated requirements of Null-coalescing operator requirements.
  • How to Reverse String using For Loop

    In this blog, I am going to explain the program for string reverse using For Loop, without the use of any predefined function.
  • What is Enum And Why Use Enum

    In this article, we will learn about enum and why we use an enum.
  • How To Reverse String Using StringBuilder

    In this blog, I am going to explain the program for string reverse using StringBuilder.
  • What is a Jagged Array In C#?

    Arrays in C# are one of the most used data types. In this post you can learn what jagged arrays are and how to use jagged arrays in C#.
  • How To Reverse String Using Array

    In this blog, I am going to explain the program for string reverse using the Array function.
  • How To Reverse A String Using Stack

    In this blog, I am going to explain the program for string reverse using the Stack.
  • C# Indexer

    This article will explore the amazing C# feature called indexer. It will discuss the following questions: what is indexer, the difference between properties and indexers, sample codes and many more.
  • Using Statement In C#

    In this blog, you will learn about using statement in c#.
  • Multiples Click Events In A Single Function/Place

    Learn how to trap a button and other click events in one function
  • What are Dynamic Arrays in C#

    A dynamic array in C# does not have a predefined fixed size. Here is a code example of dynamic arrays in C#.
  • Working With C# Arrays

    C# Array is a common data type. Learn how to use arrays in C#.
  • How to Add a Watermark to an Image In C#

    The code example in this blog shows how to write text on an image using C#.
  • Send GridView Data As Mail Using C#

    In this blog, you will learn how to send GridView data as a mail, using C#.
  • Make URL Slugs In ASP.NET Using C#

    I'll be showing you how to write a universal algorithm for producing URL friendly slugs in any C# based solution incuding ASP.Net as well as ASP.Net Core.
  • C# 8 Cheatsheet

    All features of the C# 8 Cheatsheet
  • Working with new using declaration and read-only struct members in C# 8.0

    This article explains how to work with new using declaration and read-only struct members in C# 8.0 and demonstrates how to use it in application development.
  • C# if Statements 101

    Introduction to C# if statements: else if, else. If statement is part of C# conditional branching statements, as we explore this feature of the language will try to see a straight forward example that
  • Garbage Collection - Dispose Vs Finalize And IDisposable Pattern

    In this article, you will learn about garbage collection - Dispose vs Finalize and IDisposable Pattern.
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