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Jalpesh
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  • C# null-coalescing operator ??

    Jalpesh Posted 1 Years ago through Blogs
    C# language provides many features and null-coalescing operator(??) is one of them. It’s a great operator to check whether object is null and if it is null then it will provide a default value. I have seen most of the people are not using while it’s a g...
  • Tip-Convert array to Comma delimited string

    Jalpesh Posted 1 Years ago through Blogs
    I was needed to convert an string array into the comma delimited string and the old way to do that is too with for loop. But I was sure that there should be some ready made function that will do this very easily. After doing some research I have found...
  • Linq performance with Count() and Any()

    Jalpesh Posted 1 Years ago through Blogs
    Recently I was using resharper to refactor some of my code and found that it was suggesting to use any() extension method instead of count() method in List. I was really keen about performance and found that resharper was right. There is huge performanc...
  • How to get N row from datatable in C#

    Jalpesh Posted 1 Years ago through Blogs
    Problem: Recently one of my friend was needed only first three rows of data table and so he asked me and I have multiple solutions for that. So thought it would be great idea to share with you guys. Possible Solutions to problem: There are two way...
  • Lazy<T> in C# 4.0

    Jalpesh Posted 1 Years ago through Blogs
    Before C# 4.0 there was no on demand initialization by default. So at the time of declaration we need to create a value or object will be null or we have to create on demand initialization via coding.. But with C# 4.0 we now have lazy class. As per MSDN...
  • Lock keyword in C#

    Jalpesh Posted 2 Years ago through Blogs
    As we have written earlier we have now multi core CPU for our computers and laptops and to utilize that we need to use threading in code. Now if we create thread and access same resource at same time then it will create a problem at that time locking be...
  • Lock keyword in C#

    Jalpesh Posted 2 Years ago through Blogs
    As we have written earlier we have now multi core CPU for our computers and laptops and to utilize that we need to use threading in code. Now if we create thread and access same resource at same time then it will create a problem at that time locking be...
  • Where I can find SQL generated by Linq-To-SQL

    Jalpesh Posted 2 Years ago through Blogs
    Yesterday I have written a blog post about Where I can find SQL Generated by Entity Framework? and same day I got request from one of the our reader Ramesh that how I can find SQL generated by Linq-To-SQL?. I thought its a good idea to write a blog post...
  • Where I can find SQL Generated by Entity framework?

    Jalpesh Posted 2 Years ago through Blogs
    Few days back I was optimizing the performance with Entity framework and Linq queries and I was using LinqPad and looking SQL generated by the Linq or entity framework queries. After some point of time I got the same question in mind that how I can fi...
  • Caller Info Attributes in C# 5.0

    Jalpesh Posted 2 Years ago through Blogs
    In c# 5.0 Microsoft has introduced a Caller information attribute. It’s a new feature that is introduced in C# 5.0 and very useful if you want to log your code activities. With the help of this you can implement the log functionality very easily. It can...
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