In C#, the DateTime type represents date and time values. Formatting DateTime values allows you to customize the representation of dates and times according to your specific requirements. In this article, we’ll explore the DateTime format options available in C# and how to utilize them… Read More »C# DateTime Format: Customize Date and Time Representation
String interpolation provides a concise and convenient way to format strings. With string interpolation, you can embed expressions directly within a string literal, making your code more readable and reducing the need for complex string concatenation or formatting methods. In this blog, you’ll explore how… Read More »C# String Interpolation: Explained
In C#, access modifiers are used to define the accessibility of types and their members (variables and functions) in an assembly. Therefore, the Access modifiers allow you to control which types and members can be accessed from other codes, as well as what level of… Read More »C# Access Modifiers: Controlling Accessibility of Members
Delegates are used to create references to different methods in C#. Creating these references aims to make the methods accessible in an event-driven approach. There are two major predefined delegates that we can utilize, the Function and the Action delegate. In this post, I will… Read More »Action and Func Delegates in C#
Delegates in C#/.NET seemed like an “extra” thing when I first learned about them. But, as I started practicing more and more and started doing small projects, delegates became my true friends. That is why we will dive into one of the most powerful features… Read More »Delegates in C#: What They Are and How to Use Them?
When I started learning about Data Structures in programming, dictionaries, in particular, intrigued me a lot. And that is exactly why we will explore one of the most powerful data structures in C#: the dictionary. Whether looking to store and access key-value pairs or perform… Read More »How to Create and Use Dictionary in C#?
Are you ready to supercharge your C# game? Lists are an incredible data structure that will take your code to the next level. They did this for me when I started to solve complex problems with Lists in C#. Why Use Lists in C#? At… Read More »Master Lists in C# – A Beginner’s Guide
If you are a beginner to programming and ready to level up your C# programming skills? Today, I will take you to a dive into the world of for loops, one of the most powerful and versatile tools in your programming toolbox is going to… Read More »Everything C# | For Loop in C#
If you are like me and have a hard time wrapping your head around arrays in C, let me be your guide. Let’s discuss Arrays in C#. What are Arrays in C#? An Array is a way of storing values under the same name and… Read More »Arrays in C# – With Examples | C# .NET Tutorial
In C#, string formatting is like combining different things such as strings, values, and expressions to create a cool formatted string. It’s like setting up a template with placeholders that will be replaced with actual values when your code runs. Why is this so important?… Read More »How to Format Strings in C#