Jeff Adkins' WebLog

Sr. Software Design Engineer, Microsoft

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    CSharpBits:The is and as Operators

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    CSharp Bits is a tutorial-based digest that explains the C# programming language. It evolves, covering prerequisite topics and is currently broad in coverage rather than getting deep into a specific topic. That will come after a basis has been established...
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    CSharp Bits:Base/Derived Conversions

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    CSharp Bits is a tutorial-based digest that explains the C# programming language. It evolves, covering prerequisite topics and is currently broad in coverage rather than getting deep into a specific topic. That will come after a basis has been established...
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    CSharpBits:Converting Value Types

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    CSharp Bits is a tutorial-based digest explaining the C# programming language. It evolves, covering prerequisite topics and is currently broad in coverage rather than getting deep into a specific topic. That will come after a basis has been established...
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    CSharp Bits:System.IO Namespace

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    Namespaces in the .NET Framework The .NET Framework provides common language services to a variety of application development tools. The classes in the framework provide an interface to the common language runtime, the operating system, and the network...
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    CSharpBits:Reflection

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    Reflection You can obtain information about the type of an object by using a mechanism called reflection. The reflection mechanism in C# is handled by the System.Reflection namespace in the .NET Framework. This namespace contains classes and interfaces...
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    CSharp Bits:Common Methods for All Reference Types

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    I was asked to externally blog my posts to an internal Microsoft email distribution group that I own called CSharp Bits. This digest is comprised of C# topics that I try to issue daily, typically one topic per post. It is a tutorial approach so prerequisites...
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