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Wishing you a Happy new year 2012

Dear Reader, I take this opportunity to wish you and your family a happy, prosperous, healthy, wealthy, successful new year. I would like to sincerely thank you for supporting, encouraging my blog posts so far. I do hope you do support it in the future. Perhaps you refer it to others as well. Having said… Continue reading Wishing you a Happy new year 2012

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Static in generics

Dear Reader, Although this topic is quite common, but still i see here and there folks getting confused about the behavior of having a static members in the generic type. Today i saw another question on stackoverflow about the same. So i thought i shall write a small blog post about the same. Normally we… Continue reading Static in generics

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String Concatenation vs Memory Allocation in C# .NET

Dear Reader, I would like to bring into your attention an old article written on this topic. This article explains alot about strings concatenation and does very good performance analysis. Here is a glimpse about this article: Over the years, plenty has been written about string performance, lots of comparisons between String.Concat and StringBuilder. Today… Continue reading String Concatenation vs Memory Allocation in C# .NET

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Internals of Conversion styles in .NET

Dear Reader, In this post i would like to share some things about Conversion styles in .NET i learned few days back. Basically in this case I am talking about casting any numeric value to an equivalent char type. There are three ways one can convert one type to another, in this case numeric to… Continue reading Internals of Conversion styles in .NET

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Simple way to build solution with out opening VS (TIP)

Dear Reader, I learned some thing new (for myself) but could be an old news for you. Any ways just wish to share it with you all in case if you did not know It may so happen that at times we need to build dependent projects/solutions when we are working on other projects. It’s very clumsy… Continue reading Simple way to build solution with out opening VS (TIP)