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C# - Constraining Type Parameters

Sometimes it can be useful to constrain what types can be passed to generic classes. Say for example that you were building a generic binary tree, then you might what to ensure that only types that implemented IComparable can be used. 161 more words

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Shaving a yak, endlessly from null

When you try to close an unsaved document, a dialogue will pop up, asking you if you mean to disgard the unsaved work. Except the options of Yes and No, there is a Cancel. 622 more words

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Stack and Heap

.NET offers a managed memory system. This is just a short way of describing a system which handles and manages the RAM memory in its own specific way. 1,351 more words

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Reference types vs value types

All C# types fall into the following categories:

  • Value types
  • Reference types
  • Generic type parameters
  • Pointer types

Value types comprise most built-in types (specifically, all numeric types, the char type, and the bool type) as well as custom struct and enum types. 366 more words

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Object, Void, Null, Empty, and Default

In Java almost everything is an object. Actually, I hope that it would be the case, because it would make Java a more concise language. Also there should be other types of general objects in addition to the object Object: namely Void, Null, Empty, and Default. 811 more words

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Value Types & Reference Types - In C# (Part I)

Along with your C# learning process you have been working with different types, You maybe a starter so you just used primitive types (e.g., int, string, double, ..etc), Exposed some functionality within a specific type (e.g., Console.WriteLine() ), Or you maybe gone deeper and have been creating your own types and instantiating objects from it. 1,555 more words

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Practical Reference Type (POCO) Example

So the other day, I was asked by a colleague that is learning to program what a practical use case would be for using custom objects (also known as… 1,645 more words

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