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  • How much data is on the Internet

    Data growth has been immense in past few years and it is growing faster than ever. As a matter of fact, 90% of the Internet data has been created in last 2 years.
  • How to find a value in a Dictionary with C#

    How to find a value in a Dictionary with C#
  • How to Add Items to a C# List

    C# List<T> class represents a collection of a type in C#. The code examples in this article demonstrate how to use List.Add() and List.AddRange() to add items to a List<T> in C# and .NET.
  • Calculating Date Difference in C#

    This article introduces the various options for calculating the date difference in C#.
  • Calculating Date Difference in C#

    This article introduces the various options for calculating the date difference in C#.
  • How To Copy A C# List

    The CopyTo method copies a List into a one-dimensional array.
  • How To Get And Set An Item In A C# List

    How to get and set an item of a List in C#. The Item property gets and sets the value associated with the specified index.
  • How To Count Number Of Items In A C# List

    How to get number of items in a List with C#
  • How To Get And Set Size Of A C# List

    How to get and set size of a List using C#.
  • How To Get All Items In A C# List

    How to read a list items using C#.
  • How To Get Last Index Of An Item In A C# List

    The LastIndexOf method returns the last index of an item if found in the List.
  • How To Get Index Of An Item In A C# List

    The IndexOf method returns the first index of an item if found in the List.
  • How To Find An Item In A C# List

    Check if an item is in the list or not.
  • How to reverse a C# List

    List.Reverse() method of List<T> reverses the order all items in in the List. The code example shows how to reverse a List<T> using C#.
  • How to sort a C# List Items

    How to sort items in a List with C# using List.Sort() method.
  • How to Remove Item at a specified position in a C# List

    List<T> provides RemoveAt() method to remote items at a specified position. Code examples in this article removes an item at a specified position using C# and .NET.
  • How to Delete All Items Of A C# List

    C# List<T> class provides methods and properties to create a list of objects (classes). List.Remove(), List.RemoveAt(), and List.Clear() methods are used to delete items of a List in C#.
  • How to Remove C# List Items

    The List<T> class in C# and .NET represents a strongly typed list of objects. List.Remove() and List.RemoveAt() methods with List.Clear() method can be used to remove items of a List<T>...
  • How to Insert an Item into a C# List

    C# List<T> class represents a collection of a type in C#. List.Add(), List.AddRange(), List.Insert(), and List.InsertRange() methods are used to add and insert items to a List<T>. The ...
  • How do I Check for Duplicate Items in a ListView

    This How To Shows you how to Check for Duplicate Items in a ListView.
  • How to Convert a Byte Array to Double in C#

    This code snippet is an example of how to convert a byte array to double. Code also shows conversion of double to a byte array using C#.
  • How To Create A List Of Objects In C#

    A list is a collection of items that can be accessed by index and provides functionality to search, sort and manipulate list items. Here we see how to create a list of objects with C#.
  • How To Create A List In C#

    A list is a collection of items that can be accessed by index and provides functionality to search, sort and manipulate list items. Here we see how to create a list in c#.
  • How To Start Any Project

    Here, we’ll learn how we can start any project. Most of the times, we just learn the things. But, we never focus on how to start the things. I’ve seen many students in my life who have wasted a lot...
  • GitHub - Branching and Merging

    This video throws light on how to create branches and do code merging using GitHub.
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