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Basic OOP(object oriented programing) concept in C# (CSharp).

Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is a programming model where programs are organized around objects and data rather than action and logic. Object Oriented Programing (OOP CSharp) allows decomposition of a problem into a number of entities called objects and then builds data and functions around these objects. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) uses a different set of programming languages than old procedural programming...

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Magical Tips To Improve Coding Speed

In this article, we will discuss some magical tips to improve coding speed. Today’s life is very fast and time is the most precious commodity for everyone. This fact applies to Software engineers as well. That’s why it is important to learn how to improve coding speed or optimize time while we are working on a software development project. Following...

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Difference between abstract class and interface

In this article, we will discuss Interfaces versus Abstract classes. The concept of Abstract class and Interface is a bit confusing for beginners of Object Oriented programming. Therefore, I am trying makes it simple by covering theoretical concept with some working code examples. After reading this you will be having a clear concept about how to use interface and abstract class...

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C# 7 Features and High level overview. Tuples, Pattern matching, Literal improvements, Ref return types etc…

C# 7 Features: C# 7.0 has numbers of new features and these are the focus on data consumption, code simplification, and performance improvement. In C# 7.0 biggest features are tuples (which makes it easy to have multiple results), and pattern matching( which simplifies code that is conditional on the shape of data). But there are many other small and big changes are also...

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What is the Difference Between String and Stringbuilder in C#.

In this article, we will explain differences between String and StringBuilder in C# using asp.net coding example. Here the number of differences are listed below. Mutability: String is immutable (after creation, it can’t be modified). For example: String str = “Technical Diary”; str = str + “Most emerging blog in United State”; We can see in above example value of str...