By Alexei Fedorov
The recent Microsoft platform, Microsoft.NET presents numerous possibilities for various providers and structures to engage, permitting programmers to boost robust recommendations for the net. when you are a programmer or developer eager to take complete benefit of Microsoft.NET, this ebook, which gives crucial details for the full of the .NET platform, is for you. A Programmer's consultant to .NET may also help you to realize an in-depth figuring out of the .NET framework, its structure, major parts and supported applied sciences. Alexei Federov describes how the most parts of the platform - home windows varieties, internet kinds, ADO.NET, net companies and the typical Language Runtime - can interact, permitting you to create high-performance functions extra simply and efficiently.A Programmer's consultant to .NET:Explains all the major components of the Microsoft.NET framework - not only one expertise comprises sensible examples exhibiting how one can use .NET to create quite a few functions - from console functions to XML net companies comprises code examples written in VB.NET which could even be imported into different .NET languages presents a entire record of net assets within the appendix.
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Extra resources for A Programmer's Guide to .NET
Value types are always passed by value that is, in our functions, we always deal with the copy of the value, leaving the original value unchanged. Most of the value types are not more than 12 to 16 bytes in size as they are located in the stack, they should not consume much memory. Reference types are used to represent data structures that may consume significant memory resources. Reference types can be thought of as a combination of location (reference) and a sequence of bytes. As reference types are pointers plus data, stored in the heap, they can be null.
Implementations of this interface can be read only (dictionary cannot be modified), fixed size (addition and removal of elements is not allowed), and variable size (addition, removal and modification of elements is allowed). • The IsFixedSize and IsReadOnly are Boolean properties that can be used to find if the dictionary is fixed size or read only. • The Item(Object ) property gives us access to the element with the specified key. 57 58 • The Keys property of the ICollection type returns the collection of keys in the dictionary.
We use the Add(Object , Object ) method to add an entry (key and value) to the dictionary. • To remove all entries we use the Clear() method. • To remove the entry with the specified key we use the Remove(Object ) method. • To find if an entry with the specified key exists in the dictionary, we use the Contains(Object ) method. • The GetEnumerator() method returns an IDictionaryEnumerator for the dictionary. IList interface This interface is inherited from the ICollection and IEnumerable interfaces and defines a collection of values that can be sorted and the members of which can be accessed by index.