May 19, 2009

How Base64 Content Encoding Works

The term “Base64” refers to a specific MIME content-transfer encoding. It’s also used as a generic term for any similar encoding scheme that encodes binary data by treating it numerically

Incrementing a C# Variable Efficiently

When you’re incrementing an object of a fundamental type, there’s no difference between prefix (++obj) and postfix (obj++) operators. However, when you’re incrementing a composite object, using the postfix operator

Using the OneWay Web Service Attribute

When you call a web service method that doesn’t return a value (a void method), you don’t want to waste time waiting until the call returns. But by default, the