Tags: .NET

Interface in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

An interface is like a contract. When a person signs a contract they are agreeing to perform in adherence to its’ contents. The person can take any action which is not specifically identified in the contract or build on top of the agreements within it. An interface has a similar concept. In this example I […]

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Hashing with Cryptography and SHA in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

Disclaimer: Security is a very important aspect, not only for a computer system, but for an entire organization and/or company. Different types of organizations store different types of data which have different types of security requirements. My suggestion is to always consult a security expert with experience in your domain prior to implementing a security […]

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Data Types in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

There are some really good descriptions and explanations concerning data types on the internet. However I will add my understanding and comments about them on this website. Just in case you stumble across this page in your search for ultimate C# knowledge.  There are 2 data types. Value Types and Reference Types. I published a […]

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Arrays in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

I always liked the concept of arrays. Being able to conceptually visualize in multiple dimensions took me some time to get my mind around, but in the end I was successful. The example here will discuss 2 dimensional arrays of type single, multiple and jagged. A single dimensional array is the simplest. You simply code […]

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Language Independence

Benjamin Perkins C#

The most common .Net languages are Visual Basic, C++ and C#. However, there are numerous other programming languages that will function with the .Net Framework. Like, F#, J#, PowerBuilder, IronPython, IronRuby, etc… It is possible to use .Net from many programming languages because they have all agreed on some standards. For example the Common Type […]

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