Simply LINQ: What,Why and How.
Dec24

Simply LINQ: What,Why and How.

Welcome to CodeSpread! What is LINQ? LINQ is Language-Integrated Query (LINQ). It is primarily an extension to the language’s capability where it adds query expressions which processes objects and data. It is a one stop solution to all the query processing as now there is no need to learn a different query language for each type of data source: SQL databases, XML documents etc. Why LINQ? Type safe. IntelliSense support. Tables...

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23 Dec: Must Read Codes [11-15]
Dec23

23 Dec: Must Read Codes [11-15]

We are sharing few must read codes/concepts which are required now and then. Each of these codereads doesn’t require a full length descriptive article so combining them into groups of five. CodeReads #11, We have two properties in CSS to hide the elements but there is a difference in their behavior such as if we use ‘Visibility:Hidden;’ : element will NOT be visible but will take its space on the page. if we use...

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20 Dec: Must Read Codes [6-10]
Dec20

20 Dec: Must Read Codes [6-10]

We are sharing few must read codes/concepts which are required now and then. Each of these codereads doesn’t require a full length descriptive article so combining them into groups of five. CodeReads #6, What is the difference between Dispose and Finalize? #Point 1, Dispose is used to release unmanaged resources in a deterministic fashion, like we know when to release the resource. Finalize method is also used for the purpose of...

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19 Dec: Must Read Codes [1-5]
Dec19

19 Dec: Must Read Codes [1-5]

We are sharing few must read codes/concepts which are required now and then. Each of these codereads doesn’t require a full length descriptive article so combining them into groups of five. CodeReads #1, Usage of ‘this’ keyword in C#. To qualify members hidden by similar name. To have an object pass itself as a parameter to other methods. To have an object return itself from a method. To declare indexers. To declare...

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Few lines about Static code analysis
Dec18

Few lines about Static code analysis

Static code analysis We divide the term into two parts: Static+code analysis. Static in programming can be referred to as non-running/non-dynamic and code analysis is a process where the code is analyzed for any vulnerability, also it had been always used for possible improvements. So, we can say that, it is a process of detecting errors and defects in software’s source code in a static state where the entire code base is analyzed and...

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Few lines on Exploratory testing
Dec16

Few lines on Exploratory testing

What is Exploratory testing? Exploratory testing by far is an approach to run and learn where testers do not create test cases beforehand. They usually gets acquainted with the system first. It provides a learning opportunity to the testers where they need to think before they begin creating or applying any test case. This is more of an ad-hoc approach where testers get a free hand on the system. Plus, this learning helps to write the...

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