This lesson will require knowledge from the previous one, so if you do not know what concurrency is, go to the concurrency lesson and then come back to this one. Today about asynchronous.
Typically, applications or programs on a computer or phone perform more than one operation, this is called concurrency, we will first discuss the basics of concurrency, ie threads and tasks, and in the next lesson we will go to asynchrony.
LINQ is a query language used for quickly and efficiently creating queries for objects, collections, arrays, databases, generally speaking, various objects, LINQ is similar to SQL, first we enter a condition, then operate on a database or data collection, let’s go to the examples.
The enumerators and iterators in general are used to move after the elements of the collection, we will start by discussing the enumerations.
Today, quite a simple topic, we will start with lambda expressions, these are unnamed methods used together with delegates.
I will say a little today about generics types, they are similar to the lists but are a bit different in that the lists are already generics types ready today, we will look into the tripe lists and see how they work from the inside.
I do not know if you were wondering, but the variables sent as parameters to the method are copies because the method will not affect the sent variable and you may wonder if you can do so that the variable can be changed in the method to which we sent …
Hi, today about the serialization in the previous lesson we was saving down a line by line the data that could have been saved in a much simpler way, eg save the entire data object to the stream for this serialization.
In this lesson, I will speak a bit about reading and writing files in C # because you will surely write in the future some program in which you will have to save some data, eg a game in which you will have to save the current state of the …
Hi, today I will explain what are the exceptions, you meet with them every time when some error pops up, if you want to know more then I invite you to read