Tag: CSharp

  • There are several structural design patterns that can be used for API integration in C#, but the best one for you will depend on the specifics of your project. Here are a few common options: Ultimately, the best pattern to use will depend on the specific requirements of your project and the API you are […]

  • In C#, a nullable type is a type that can be assigned a value or the value “null”, indicating that it doesn’t have a value. By default, value types such as int or double cannot be assigned a value of null, but nullable types allow this by wrapping the value type in a Nullable<T> structure. […]

  • The “continue” and “break” statements in C# are used to control the flow of a loop. The “continue” statement is used to skip the current iteration of a loop and move on to the next iteration. When a “continue” statement is executed inside a loop, the rest of the code in the current iteration is […]

  • Language Integrated Query (LINQ) is a powerful feature in C# that provides a concise and readable syntax for querying and manipulating data. Some of the benefits of using LINQ in C# are: Overall, the use of LINQ can greatly improve the readability and maintainability of your C# code, while also providing a high-level, abstracted view […]

  • The “var” keyword in C# is used to declare implicitly-typed variables. This means that the type of the variable is determined by the compiler, based on the expression used to initialize the variable. The main benefit of using “var” is to reduce code verbosity and make the code easier to read. It’s worth noting that […]

  • Welcome to my article on software engineering! My name is Adam Lee and I am a Software Engineer. In this article, I hope to share my knowledge and experience with you, covering a wide range of topics from software engineering principles to specific technologies such as C#, Ruby on Rails, and SQL. I’ll be providing […]