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Using LINQ to Identify Empty Text Boxes in C#
by Hannes du Preez
Language: .NET||Expertise: Beginner
Reading a File Backwards Quickly in C#
by Hannes du Preez
Language: .NET||Expertise: Beginner
Locking Your Computer with C#
by Hannes du Preez
Language: .NET||Expertise: Intermediate
Minimizing All Open Windows
by Hannes du Preez
It is quite easy to minimize all currently opened windows with C#. All you need to know is a few APIs.
Prevent Shutdown from a C# App
by Hannes du Preez
It is possible to prevent a system shutdown from within your C# apps.
Pitfalls in C#: Changing From a Field to a Property
by Boris Eligulashvili
Learn more about the challenges that software developers face when fields are changed to properties in C#.
Programmatically Retrieve a System's Logical Drive Information with C#
by Deepak Choudhari
Use C# and the System.Management namespace to retrieve information about logical drives in a given system.
Convert a Delimited String to a Generic List<string>
by Srinath MS
Split the string at the delimiter and then add each item to a new string list.
Call PowerShell Cmdlets from C#
by Cody Batt
Take advantage of pre-written cmdlet functionality in your own applications.
A Quick Way to Generate Properties in Visual Studio C# Projects
by Srinath MS
Don't write property setters and getters by hand--generate them!
Quick C# Project Documentation in Visual Studio
by Srinath MS
Here's a quick way to document your .NET projects.
Incrementing a C# Variable Efficiently
by Bashir Nabeel
Avoid postfix operators when incrementing composite objects.
Using a Built-In Shortcut to Add Properties to a Class
by Bill Harmon
After declaring your class, suppose you want to add individual element properties to that class. This process has been simplified in Visual Studio when working in C#.
Serialize and Deserialize an Object to an XML File in C# 2.0
by Deepak Choudhari
The example in this tip uses an ArrayList object to serialize, deserialize, and store itself in an XML file.
Another Way to Escape Sequences in .NET Resource Files
by Nick Piazza
There is actually another way to insert escape sequences, such as newline characters—or actually any Unicode character, directly into the Resource string—without resorting to Replace or similar manipulations.
Make a Textbox Display Characters in a Particular Case
by Srinath MS
Learn how to use the CharacterCasing property to make a textbox display characters in acertain case.
Recursive Function Finds a Control on a Form
by Yuriy Bas
This recursive function finds a control on a form by its name.
Using Multiline Strings in .NET Resource Files
by Guy Ronen
Displaying strings from .NET resource files may be a puzzle if the strings include escape sequences. Here is an easy solution.
Escape Sequences in .NET Resource Files
by Boris Eligulashvili
Learn how to escape sequences in .NET resource files.
How to Display ASP.NET DataGrid Data in Excel
by Naveen Lanke
This tip shares code that allows you to display ASP.NET DataGrid data in Excel.
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