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More articles by Srinath MS

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Srinath M. S. says: "I would love to leave a footprint in this flat world."
For DevX | April 21, 2017
Learn to encrypt a config section using .NET's configuration providers.
For DevX | April 18, 2017
Use the CamelCasePropertyNamesContractResolver class of the Newtonsoft.Json assembly to return the JSON serialized string in camel case.
For DevX | April 12, 2017
Learn how to prevent the deletion of leading zeros when transferring data.
For DevX | April 5, 2017
Learn a quick way to use a picturebox and set an animated gif to it.
For DevX | March 30, 2017
Learn to use the SecurityElement's Escape method of the System.Security namespace to escape all the special characters in an XML file.
For DevX | March 27, 2017
Learn how to quickly create documentation for your Visual Studio code.
For DevX | March 23, 2017
To string HTML tags, use HttpUtility's HTMLDecode method with a RegEx expression.
For DevX | March 16, 2017
Learn to use the Webbrowser control to set a progress bar.
For SQL | January 4, 2010
When you use the comparison operators in SQL with the Where clause, you can remove the columns with null values.
For Windows | December 11, 2009
Use WPF's ability to recognize and adapt to the graphics capabilities of its host machine to improve your application's performance.
For Web UI | November 11, 2009
You can call a JavaScript function when a user clicks a HyperLinkField in a GridView control—you just need to use this workaround.
For Windows Forms | November 6, 2009
Find out whether a DataGridView column is partially hidden.
For Web UI | October 29, 2009
A better approach than "hiding" columns in a DataGrid is simply to avoid creating the columns in the first place, as shown in this tip.
For Arrays | October 19, 2009
Predicates can often eliminate the need to write loops and iterations over arrays.
For String Manipulation | September 25, 2009
Split the string at the delimiter and then add each item to a new string list.
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