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Nasir Ali Khan

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Implement the Soundex function in C#
beauty! http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/programming-and-development/?p=656&tag=rbxccnbtr1 Cheers Nasir Ali Khan Read More...
Introduction to .net Language Integrated Query (LINQ)
Intended Readers : Persons having basic knowledge of C# 3.0, generics, anonymous methods Platform : C# 3.0, LINQ Level : Expert Background In my previous blog , I discussed some of the new features introduced in C# 3.0 (C# Orcas) that was just the introduction, Read More...
Introduction to C# 3.0 (C# Orcas)
Intended Readers: Persons having basic knowledge of generics, anonymous methods etc. Platform: C# 3.0, LINQ, Visual Studio 2005 (Beta 2) Level: Expert Background Microsoft in its recently concluded PDC conference held in USA releases the specifications Read More...
A Developers Introduction to Dynamic Assemblies
Intended Readers : Persons having basic knowledge of assemblies, IL, meta data. Platform : .NET 1.1 Level : Intermediate Introduction Assembly is a basic deployment unit in .NET framework it contains types, resources code etc. Assemblies can be classified Read More...
Introduction to .NET Code Providers
Intended Readers : Persons having basic knowledge of assemblies, compilation process and phases Level : Intermediate Platform : .NET 1.1, C# 1.1 Background Traditional language compilers expose their functionalities and services through command line interface, Read More...
Anatomy of Generics in C# 2.0
Intended Readers: Persons having basic knowledge of C# and C++ Level: Intermediate Introduction Generics allows us to define the general code template regardless of any type and later on the concrete Generic Type is instantiated by supplying the actual Read More...
Nullable Types in C# 2.0
Intended Readers : Persons having basic programming knowledge of C# and SQL Level : Beginners Introduction A nullable type (yet another feature introduced in C# 2.0) allows us to define a null (undefined) value for the value types such as int, bool, float Read More...