Author: Benjamin Perkins

Action Delegate and Task Parallelism in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

I wrote a WPF program recently that contained 2 tree views which were dynamically created, in part, by data located on a database. Initially, I had the creation of the tree views in my Windows_Loaded method, executing the build one after the other. The performance was ok, it took about 1.8 to 2 seconds for […]

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Conditional Methods

Benjamin Perkins C#

One of, if not the most important concepts in software programming is that of Conditional Methods. Conditional methods provide a program with the ability to make decisions based on user input, user selections or data values. The code below is a simple example of a conditional method: When run, it opens a console and requests […]

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