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C# .Net Understanding Ref and Out keyword Part 1

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Hello.. I ‘m so sorry that i can’t keep my promise to write article every week, it’s because i was little bit busy on few weeks ago, don’t worry.. i realize about that 😀 . And this time, i’m going to explain about two .Net simple keywords, that maybe some of us don’t care about how to use it. Do you remember the data types fundamental  on .Net? Yup, that’s value types and reference types.

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C# .Net Example of Basic OOP Implementation

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Ahhh.. finally i have time to write again after took long leave days. I hope next week i can pay all of my debt (tutorial every week) 😀 . This time i will share you the basic Object Oriented implementation in C#. I believe people who use .Net understand the basic of OOP, but most people don’t utilize all of the advantage of OOP. Have you tried to use aggregation? Have you tried to use abstraction? Have you tried to use interface? If you are not, it’s the good time to you to get new knowledge about that. I have written an example of C# console program that make you easier to understand, once you debug this code will give you better knowledge in OOP.

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C# .Net Understanding The Basic of Generic (Class and Method)

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Hi Guys.. I know some of you already use .Net languages such as VB, C#, F#, or etc. But have you already known about the Generic? have you already utilized the Generic? if you’re not, that means you have to know about this right know. This new namespace already introduced on Version 2.0 of the .NET Framework, it has many advantages once you use it, those are reusability and efficiency.  With Generic we can use data type as parameter, as for example you can send parameter with data type int, string, object and other data types, then Generic will understand your parameter as we specify when we call Generic class or method. Generic is consist of Generic class and method. Maybe we already utilized Generic in ArrayList but we don’t realize that we already used Generic class 😀 , and now it’s time to get better knowledge.

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