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“A multi-paradigm software development language, well-designed and type-safe OOP language that enables programmers to build a variety of secure and robust applications that run on the .NET Framework.”

C# is one of the best latest & general purpose programming languages for web, desktop and mobile application development.
Important of you are starting out in an expert as software developer using C-Sharp language. The Mastering C-Sharp Training course is real-world, well-paced in small groups essential and leads to certification.

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  •     Understand the syntax, semantics and idioms of .Net Framework programming language C#
  •     Use C# to implement object-oriented designs
  •     How to format the output in the command prompt? 
  •     Use the variations in the Main method.
  •     Identify the various blocks available in C# language.
  •     List the data types supported in C# Language.
  •     Why floating point operations does not yield correct answer?
  •     Understand the concept of local variables and its scope.
  •     Use various expressions & operators supported in C# language.
  •     Use various control statements supported in C# language.
  •     Understand the in-depth concept on data type’s conversion concept.
  •     Understand the in-depth concept on Object Oriented principles ( Class, Object, Polymorphism, Inheritance & Encapsulation).
  •     How to develop class and create object from that class.
  •     How to work with instance members.
  •     How to create & use constructors.
  •     How to use this keyword.
  •     Differentiate the concept of Value type & Reference type.
  •     Implement overloaded methods and constructors.
  •     Upcasting & Downcasting
  •     Specify the various access modifiers
  •     Abstract classes & interfaces.
  •     Create value type object using structure concept.
  •     Implement various types arrays supported in C-Sharp Language.
  •     Implement Properties & Indexers concept supported in C# Language.
  •     Preprocessors & Enums
  •     How to pass method as argument to parameter using delegates.
  •     How to implement the event concept.
  •     How to implement anonymous methods and Lambda expressions.
  •     How to use base classes in your C# programs.
  •     How to implement formatting.
  •     How to manipulate non-generic collection of data’s.
  •     How to implement type safety using Generics.
  •     How to manipulate specialized collection.
  •     How to implement Threading concept in C#.
  •     How to perform IO operations in C#.
  •     How to use Func delegates.

    
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  • c#
    • Introduction to Dot Net
      • Introduction to .Net
      • .Net Mantra
      • .Net Definition
      • Building Applications
      • Product Groups
      • .Net Framework Architecture
      • CLR @ High Level
      • .Net Platform Supports
      • Program Execution
      • Traditional Vs .Net Compilation
      • Traditional Compilation Process
      • .Net Compilation Process
      • Portable Executable (PE) file
      • Typical .Net Compilation
      • .Net Important Terminology
      • Types of JIT Compilers
      • Economy Compiler
      • Normal JIT Compiler
      • Native Image Generator, or Ngen
      • The Overall Process
      • Common Language Runtime (CLR)
      • Common Language Infrastructure (CLI)
      • Meta Data
      • Virtual Execution System (VES)
      • Common Type System (CTS)
      • Common Language Specification (CLS)
      • Intermediate Language (IL)
      • Base Class Library (BCL)
      • .Net Framework Features
      • Object Oriented Development Environment
      • Automatic Garbage Collection
      • Interoperability
      • No COM Required
      • Simplified Deployment
      • Type Safety
      • The C# Language
      • Evolution of C#
    • C-Sharp Language Fundamentals
      • First C# program
      • Demonstration
      • Statement
      • Command Prompt Output
      • Console.WriteLine
      • Console.Write
      • Console.WriteLine Formatting
      • Formatting Examples
      • Console Input
      • Method Signature
      • The Main Method Variation 1
      • The Main Method Variation 2
      • Command Line Arguments
      • The Main Method Variation 3
      • Command Line Arguments Example
      • The Main Method Variation 4
      • Block
      • Comments
      • Single Line Comment
      • Multiline Comment
      • XML Document Line Comment
      • Keywords
      • Whitespaces
    • Variables & Data Types
      • Variables
      • Variables Declaration
      • Classification – Based on Data Types
      • Strongly Typed Language
      • Weakly Typed Language
      • C# Data Type
      • Value Type Vs Reference Type
      • Integer Primitive Data Type
      • Integral Data Types
      • Integer Representation
      • Positive Values
      • Negative Values
      • Literals
      • Types of Literals
      • Integer Literals
      • Integer Literals Notations
      • Unicode Character
      • char Data Type
      • C# Valid Identifiers
      • Real Numbers
      • float Data Type
      • Float Representation
      • Sign Bit
      • Exponent
      • Mantissa
      • Example for 17.15
      • Small Addition
      • double Data Type
      • double Representation
      • Exponent
      • decimal Data Type
      • decimal Representation
      • Special Floating Point Values
      • Floating Point Special Values
      • Important points on decimal
      • Real Literals
      • Boolean Data Type
      • Local Variables
    • Expressions & Operators
      • Expressions & Operators
      • C# Operators
      • Assignment Operators
      • Simple Assignment
      • Arithmetic Operators
      • Binary Arithmetic Operators
      • Float & Double Data Type Addition
      • Float & Double Data Type Subtraction
      • Float & Double Data Type Multiplication
      • Float & Double Data Type Division
      • Float & Double Data Type Modulus
      • Relational Operators
      • Relational Operators on float & double
      • Numeric Comparison
      • Conditional Logical Operators
      • Logical Negation
      • Logical AND &
      • Conditional AND &&
      • Logical OR |
      • Conditional OR ||
      • Exclusive OR ^
      • Exclusive OR ^ Example
      • Bitwise Operators
      • Bitwise Negation
      • Bitwise Negation Example
      • Bitwise AND
      • Bitwise And Example
      • Bitwise OR
      • Bitwise Or Example
      • Bitwise Exclusive OR
      • Bitwise Exclusive Or Example
      • Left Shift Operators
      • Bitwise Left Shift Example
      • Right Shift Operator
      • Bitwise Right Shift Example
      • Increment & Decrement Operator
      • Compound Assignment Operators
      • Conditional Operator
      • Order of Operator Precedence
      • Order of Operator Precedence Example
    • Control Structures
      • Empty Statements
      • Control Structures
      • Types of Control Structures
      • Sequence Structures
      • Selection Structures
      • Simple if Statement
      • Simple if Statement Example
      • If/else Selection Structures
      • Nesting if/else Statement
      • if else if Ladder
      • if else if Ladder Example
      • Switch Selection Structures
      • Switch Statement
      • Switch Statement Example
      • Repetition Structures
      • While Statement
      • While Loop
      • Do … While Statement
      • Do…While Loop
      • For loop
      • Multiple Loop Control Variables
      • for Loop Variation
      • For-each loop
      • For-each Loop Example
      • continue Statement
      • Continue Example
      • break Statement
      • The goto Statement
      • Continue Example
      • goto Statements in Switch
    • Implicit & Explicit Primitive type Conversion
      • Conversion Fundamentals
      • Conversions
      • Implicit Type Conversion
      • Implicit Identity Conversion
      • Widening (Implicit) Numeric Conversion
      • Widening (Implicit) Numeric Conversion Example
      • Implicit Constant Expression Conversion
      • Narrowing (Explicit) Numeric Conversions
      • Classification of Explicit Conversion
      • Narrowing (Explicit) Numeric Conversions
      • double to float Explicit Conversion
    • OOP in C#
      • What is OOP?
      • Objects
      • Inheritance
      • Encapsulation
      • Abstraction
      • Polymorphism
      • Class
      • Real World Example
      • Class
      • OOP Concept
      • Object
      • Object Creation
      • Operation 1 : Object Declaration
      • Operation 2: Instance Creation
      • Operation 3: Assigning Instance to Object
      • Reference Conclusion
      • Object Creation in Single Statement
      • Conclusion
      • Class Members
      • Real World Example
      • Instance Variables
      • Accessing the Instance Variables
      • Member Instance Variables Initializers
      • Member Instance Variables Initializers Example
      • Instance Methods
      • Concrete Methods
      • Accessing the Instance Methods
      • Accessing the Instance Methods Ex
      • Declaring Methods with Parameters
      • Parameter Ex
      • Returning from Void Method
      • Returning from Void Method Ex
      • Returning Value from Method
      • Returning Value from Method Ex
      • Call a Method from another Method
      • Call a Method from another Method Example
      • Constructors
      • Default Constructor
      • Default Values
      • Default Value Example
      • Instance Constructors
      • Instance Constructor Example
      • Instance Constructors - Parameters
      • The this Keyword
      • The this Keyword Example
      • Instance Variable Hiding
      • Instance Variable Hiding - Overcome
      • Primitive Type vs Reference Type
      • Primitive vs Reference - Assignment
      • Primitive Assignment Example
      • Reference Assignment Example
      • Primitive Type vs Reference Type
      • Primitive Passing Example
      • Reference Passing Example
      • Primitive Type vs Reference Type
      • Primitive Comparison Example
      • Reference Comparison Example
      • Primitive Type vs Reference Type
      • The ref Keyword
      • The ref Keyword Example
      • The out Keyword
      • The out Example
      • Return Object
      • Return Objects Example
      • Polymorphism
      • What is Polymorphism?
      • Polymorphism Types
      • Method Overloading
      • Implement Method Overloading?
      • Method Overloading Example
      • Constructor Overloading
      • Constructor Overloading Example
      • Calling One Constructor from another Constructor
      • Calling One Constructor from another Constructor Example
      • Object Initializers
      • Object Initializer Example
      • Optional Arguments
      • The Optional Arguments Example
      • Optional Arguments and Ambiguity
      • Optional Arguments and Ambiguity Example
      • Named Arguments
      • Named Arguments Example
      • Inheritance
      • Generalization / Specialization
      • Inheritance in C#
      • Direct and Indirect Super class
      • Types of Inheritance
      • Single Inheritance
      • Multiple Inheritance
      • Forms of Inheritance
      • Hierarchical Inheritance
      • Multilevel Inheritance
      • Hybrid Inheritance
      • Multipath Inheritance
      • Inheritance in C#
      • Constructor Chaining
      • The base Keyword
      • Call The Super Class Constructor
      • Call Super Class Constructor Ex
      • The base Keyword
      • To refer The Super Class Variable
      • Refer The Super Class Variable Ex
      • Method Overriding
      • Method Overriding Example
      • Not Method Overriding Example
      • Call Super Class Method Example
      • Upcasting
      • Downcasting
      • Dynamic Method Dispatch
      • Dynamic Method Dispatch Example
      • The const Keyword
      • The readonly Modifier
      • Inline initialization
      • In instance constructor or static constructor
      • In instance constructor or static constructor Example
      • The readonly Modifier
      • The virtual Keyword
      • The override Keyword
      • Encapsulation
      • About Encapsulation
      • The private Access Modifier
      • The protected Access Modifier
      • The internal Access Modifier
      • The protected internal Access Modifier
      • The public Access Modifier
      • Visibility in Class Definition
      • Access Modifiers in Method Overriding - public
      • Access Modifiers in Method Overriding - protected
      • Access Modifiers in Method Overriding - default
      • Access Modifiers in Method Overriding - private
      • The static Modifier
      • The static Variables
      • Accessing the Static Variables
      • Order of Member Variables Initialization
      • The static Methods
      • Restriction on static methods
      • The static Block
      • The static Constructor
      • The static Constructor Example
      • The static Class
      • The static Class Example
      • The sealed Modifier
      • To Prevent Inheritance
      • To Prevent Method Overriding
      • Nested Class
      • Nested Class Example
      • Instantiating the Nested Class
      • Instantiating the Inner Class Within Outer Class
      • Nested Class Members
      • Outer & Inner Class Same Variable Name
      • Access Modifier on Nested Class
      • Inheritance & Nested Classes
      • Inheritance within Outer Class
      • Nested Class as Super Classes
      • Create a sub class as a nested class within same outer class
      • Create a sub class for a non-nested class
      • Create a sub class as a nested class in different outer class
      • Static Nested Class
      • Static Class Example
      • N-Level Nested Classes
      • Recursion
      • Recursion Example
      • Object Destruction
      • The Destructor Example
      • Anonymous Types
      • Compiler Translates Anonymous Types
      • Property Name as Identifier
      • Same Anonymous Type
      • Equal Comparison
      • Arrays of Anonymous Types
    • Abstract Classes & Interfaces
      • Abstract Class
      • Abstract Class Declaration
      • Abstract Class Instance
      • Abstract Class Implementation
      • Abstract Method
      • Abstract Method Declaration
      • Abstract Method Implementation
      • Abstract Nested Class
      • Points on Abstract Class
      • Points on Abstract Methods
      • Interface
      • Interface Declaration
      • Interface Instance
      • Interface Implementation
      • Interface Members
      • Interface Method Declaration
      • Interface Implementation
      • Interface Method Implementation
      • Interface Implicit Implementation
      • Interface Explicit Implementation
      • Implementing more than one interface (Implicit)
      • Implementing more than one interface (Explicit)
      • Multiple Interfaces Implementation – Name Conflict (Implicit)
      • Multiple Interfaces Implementation – Name Conflict (Explicit)
      • Interface Inheritance
      • Single Interface Inheritance
      • Single Interface Inheritance Ex
      • Multiple Interfaces Inheritance
      • Multiple Interfaces Inheritance Ex
      • Multiple Interface Inheritance – Name Conflict (Implicit)
      • Multiple Interface Inheritance – Name Conflict (Explicit)
      • Interface Implements in Abstract Class
      • Interface Implements in Abstract Class Example
      • Interfaces vs Abstract Classes
      • Interfaces As Return Type
      • Interfaces As Parameter
      • The is Operator
      • The is Operator Example
      • Interfaces Within a Class
      • Nested Interfaces
      • Important Points on Interfaces
    • Structures
      • Recall in Value Type Vs Reference Type
      • About Structure
      • Declaring a Structure
      • Instance Variables & Instance Methods
      • Instance Variable Initializers
      • Structure Object Creation
      • Invoking Instance Methods
      • Constructors with Parameters
      • Object Initializers
      • Optional Arguments
      • Named Arguments
      • Destructors
      • Structure Assignment Operation
      • Structure Assignment Example
      • Structure Argument Passing
      • Structure Argument Passing Ex
      • The ref Keyword
      • Structure ref Example
      • Structure Inheritance
      • Structure Polymorphism
      • Access Modifier for Structures
      • Access Modifier for Structure Instance Members
      • Static Modifier
      • Nested Structure
      • Nested Structure Example
    • Arrays
      • About Arrays
      • C# Arrays
      • Types of Arrays
      • Single Dimension Arrays
      • Step 1: Declaring an Array
      • Step 2: Memory Allocation
      • Default Values
      • Memory Allocation – Default Values
      • Array Initialization
      • Initializing value to individual element
      • Initializing when arrays are created
      • Initialization Error
      • Length Property
      • Single Dimension Array Example
      • Multi Dimensional Arrays
      • Two Dimensional Arrays
      • Two Dimensional Rectangular Array Diagram
      • 2D Array Initialization
      • Three Dimensional Array
      • 3D Array Initialization
      • Rectangular Array Length Property
      • Rectangular Array Example
      • Rectangular Array
      • Jagged or Ragged Array
      • 2D Jagged Array
      • 3D Jagged Array
      • Invalid Jagged Arrays
      • Jagged Array Length Property
      • Jagged Array Example
      • Jagged Array
      • Array Immutability
      • Array References
      • Array Assignment Operation
      • Array Passed as Argument
      • Array Passed as Argument Example
      • Array Comparison
      • Array Comparison Example
      • Implicit Type Arrays
      • The Parameter Arrays
      • The Parameter Array Example
    • Properties
      • Properties
      • Accessors
      • Need for the Properties
      • Properties Declaration
      • Get Accessor
      • Set Accessor
      • Properties Example
      • Internal Implementation of Properties
      • Read-Only Properties
      • Write-Only Properties
      • Automatic Implemented Properties
      • Read & Write only Auto Implemented Property
      • Auto-Implemented Properties Default Values
      • Properties Initialization
      • By initializing each property manually
      • By constructors
      • Using the Object init Syntax
      • Static Properties
      • Static Property Example
      • Access Modifiers With Properties
      • class or struct Properties Access Modifiers
      • Interface Properties Access Modifiers
      • Properties & Inheritance
      • Using the new Modifier
      • Using the new Modifier Example
      • Using virtual & override Modifier
      • Abstract Properties
      • Abstract Properties Example
      • Abstract Properties
      • Abstract Properties
      • Interface Properties
    • Indexers
      • About Indexers
      • Indexer Declaration
      • Get Accessor
      • Set Accessor
      • Indexers Example
      • Indexing Data using Different Data Type
      • Indexing Data using Different Data Type Example
      • Overloaded Indexers
      • Multi Dimension Indexers
      • Multi Dimension Indexers Example
      • Indexer Without Underlying Data Store
      • Indexer Without Underlying Data Store Example
      • Inheritance of Indexers
      • Abstract Indexers
      • Abstract Indexers Example
      • Abstract Indexers
      • Interface Indexers
      • Similarities with Properties
      • Properties Vs Indexers
      • Similarities with Arrays
      • Arrays Vs Indexers
    • Operator Overloading
      • Operator Overloading
      • Types of Operator Overloading
      • Unary Operator Overloading
      • Unary Operator Overloading Ex
      • Binary Operator Overloading
      • Binary Operator Overloading Ex
      • Arithmetic Operator Overloading
      • Relational Operator Overloading
      • Logical Operator Overloading
      • Bitwise Operator Overloading
      • Logical Operator Overloading
      • Short circuit && and || operator overloading
      • Short Circuit and (&&)
      • Internal Implementation
      • User Defined Conversion
      • Implicit User Defined Conversion
      • Explicit User Defined Conversion
    • Delegates & Events
      • Delegates Overview
      • Delegate Declaration
      • Delegate Example
      • Assigning Instance to Object (Short Cut)
      • Multicasting
      • By combining two or more delegates
      • By adding methods to the delegate object
      • Removing methods from delegate object
      • Delegates with Return Values
      • Important Points on Delegate
      • Event Overview
      • Events in C#
      • Event Source
      • Event Handler
      • Publishing an Event
      • Event Example
      • Subscribing an Event
      • The Event Complete Example
      • Covariance & Contravariance
      • Covariance & Contravariance in simple assignment
    • Anonymous Methods & Lambda Expressions
      • Anonymous Functions
      • Anonymous Method Declaration
      • Anonymous Method Example
      • Anonymous Method Return Type
      • Anonymous Method Return Type Ex
      • Pass Argument to an Anonymous Method
      • Pass Argument to an Anonymous Method Ex
      • Delegate as a Class Member
      • Delegate Creation inside the Static Method
      • Delegate Creation inside the Instance Method
      • Captured Variables Side Effect
      • Captured Variables Side Effect Ex
      • Lambda Expressions
      • Converting Anonymous To Lambda
      • Expression Lambda
      • Expression Lambda Variation
      • Statement Lambda
    • Namespaces
      • What is Compilation Unit?
      • What is Assembly?
      • What is Namespace?
      • Namespace Advantages
      • Name Collisions
      • Forms of Namespace
      • Namespace Declaration
      • Access Modifiers for Namespace
      • Namespace Members
      • Accessing Member of a Namespace
      • Nested Namespace
      • Textual Nesting
      • Separate Declaration
      • Accessing the Nested Namespace Members
      • The using Keyword
      • Namespace Aliases
      • Using for Namespace
      • Using for Namespace Member
      • Namespaces are Additive
      • Compiled to a single assembly
      • Compiled to a Different assembly
      • Namespace Alias Qualifier
      • global Identifier
    • Enums & Preprocessors
      • Enum Overview
      • Enum Declaration
      • Enum Example
      • Enum Variables
      • Enum Conversion
      • Specify the Underlying Type
      • Explicit Values
      • Rules for Explicit Values
      • Important points on Enum
      • Preprocessor Overview
      • Preprocessor Classification
      • #define Directives
      • #undef Directives
      • #define & #undef Example
      • Conditional Compilation
      • #if
      • #if...#else
      • #if...#elif
      • #if...#elif...#else
      • #region & #endregion Preprocessor
      • #error Directive
      • #warning Directive
      • #line directive
      • #pragma Directive
    • System Namespace
      • The System Namespace
      • The C# Package Hierarchy
      • The Object Class
      • The Object class Members
      • int GetHashCode()
      • String ToString()
      • void Finalize()
      • bool Equals(Object A)
      • bool Equals(Object obj)
      • public static bool Equals(Object objA, Object objB)
      • static bool ReferenceEquals(Object objA, Object objB)
      • public Type GetType()
      • Array Class
      • Array Class Properties
      • Array Class Methods
      • Autoboxing
      • Unboxing
      • ValueType Class
      • Wrapper
      • Boolean Structure
      • Parse Vs TryParse
      • Byte Structure
      • Other Integer Structures
      • char Structure
      • Character Class
      • Single Structure
      • Double Structure
      • Decimal Structure
      • DateTime Structure
      • DateTime Properties
      • TimeSpan Structure
      • String Class
      • String Literals
      • String Literals Vs String Objects
      • String Class Constructors
      • String Class Methods
      • String Constant Pool
      • Strings are Immutable
      • StringBuilder Class
      • StringBuilder Class Constructors
      • StringBuilder Class Methods
    • Formatting
      • Formatting Fundamentals
      • Formatting
      • Format Specifiers
      • Format Providers
      • Format Data
      • Format Commands
      • Creating Formatted String
      • String.Format Method
      • ToString Method
      • Standard Numeric Data Formatting
      • Currency Format Specifier
      • “D” or “d” Decimal Specifier
      • “E” or “e” Exponential (Scientific)
      • “F” or “f” Fixed Point Format
      • “N” or “n” Number Format
      • “P” or “p” Percent Format Specifier
      • “X” or “x” Hexadecimal Format Specifier
      • Custom Number Data Formatting
      • The “0” Custom Specifier
      • The “#” Custom Specifier
      • The “.” Custom Specifier
      • The “,” Custom Specifier
      • The “%” Custom Specifier
      • The “t” Custom Specifier
      • The “E” and “e” Custom Specifier
      • The “\” Escape Character
      • The “;” Section Separator
      • The Literal String Format Specifier
      • The other format specifier
      • Standard Date & Time Formatting
      • Long Date (“D”) Format Specifier
      • The Short Date (“d”) Format Specifier
      • Full Date Short Time (“f”) Format Specifier
      • Full Date long Time (“F”) Format Specifier
      • General Date Short Time (“g”) Format Specifier
      • General Date Long Time (“G”) Format Specifier
      • Month (“M”, “m”) Format Specifier
      • Round Trip (“O”, “o”) Format Specifier
      • RFC1123 (“R”, “r”) Format Specifier
      • Sortable (“s”) Format Specifier
      • Short Time (“t”) Format Specifier
      • Long Time (“T”) Format Specifier
      • Universal Shortable (“u”) Format Specifier
      • Universal Full (“U”) Format Specifier
      • Year Month (“Y”, “y”) Format Specifier
      • Custom Date & Time Formatting
      • The "d" custom format specifier
      • The "f" custom format specifier
      • The "g" or "gg" custom format specifiers
      • The "h" custom format specifier
      • The "H" custom format specifier
      • The "m" custom format specifier
      • The "M" custom format specifier
      • The "s" custom format specifier
      • The "t" custom format specifier
      • The "y" custom format specifier
      • The "z" custom format specifier
      • Standard TimeSpan Formatting
      • The Constant ("c") format specifier
      • The General Short ("g") format specifier
      • The General Long ("G") format specifier
      • Custom TimeSpan Formatting
      • The "d" custom format specifier
      • The "h" custom format specifier
      • The "m" custom format specifier
      • The "ss" custom format specifier
      • The "f" custom format specifier
      • Enumeration Formatting
      • The G or g format specifier
      • The F or f format specifier
      • The D or d format specifier
      • The X or x format specifier
    • Exception Handling
      • Errros & Its Types
      • Develop Time Errors
      • Syntax Error
      • Syntax Error Example
      • Semantics Error Example
      • Logical Errors
      • Runtime Error
      • Runtime Error Example
      • Exception
      • Exception Handling
      • Exception Class Hierarchy
      • The try & catch Block
      • The try/catch Example
      • Multiple Catch Block
      • Multiple Catch Example
      • Nested try
      • Nested Try Example
      • finally Block
      • Finally Example
      • The throw Statement
      • User Defined Exceptions
      • User Defined Exception Example
      • Checked & Unchecked Exception
      • Exception Class
      • Catching Derived Class Exceptions
      • Rethrowing an Exception
      • Rethrowing Exception Example
    • Collections
      • ArrayList
      • ArrayList Members
      • Collection Interface Hierarchy
      • IEnumerable Interface
      • IEnumerator Interface
      • ICollection Interface
      • IList Interface
      • Stack Class
      • Queue Class
      • Hashtable Class
      • IDictionaryEnumerator
      • DictionaryEntry Structure
      • IDictionaryEnumerator
      • IDictionary Interface
      • IDictionary
      • SortedList Class
      • IComparer Interface
      • IEqualityComparer Interface
    • Generics
      • Before Generics
      • Object Based (Not Type Safety) Example
      • What is Generics?
      • Generic Class
      • Generic Class Object Creation
      • Declaring Member Variables inside Generic Class
      • Defining Constructors inside Generic Class
      • Defining Methods inside Generic Class
      • Generics Example
      • Generics(Type Safety) Example
      • Constructed Type
      • Types of Constructed Types
      • Closed constructed type
      • Open Constructed Type
      • Constrained Type
      • Types of Constraints
      • Base Class Constraints
      • 1. Use Base Class Member
      • 2. Type Argument >= Base Class
      • Interface Constraints
      • 1. Use Interface Member
      • 2. Type Argument >= Interface
      • Reference Type & Value Type Constraints
      • Reference Type Constraints
      • Value Type Constraints
      • Generic Methods and Optional Arguments
      • Generic Methods and Named Arguments
      • Generic Structures
      • Generic Delegates
      • Generic Interfaces
      • Generic Method Overloading
      • Generic Methods Overloaded with Generic Methods
      • Generic Methods Overloaded with Non-Generic Methods
      • Inheritance in Generic Classes
      • Inheritance can be grouped
      • Covariance in Generics
      • Using Covariance in a Generic Interface
      • Covariance in a Generic Interface
      • Using Covariance in a Generic Delegates
      • Covariance in a Generic Delegate
      • Covariance in a Generic Interface
      • Contravariance in Generics Interface
      • Contravariance in a Generic Delegate
      • General Rules For Constraints
    • Generic Collections
      • System.Collection.Generic
      • Collection Interface Hierarchy
      • List Class
      • IEnumerable Interface
      • IEnumerable Interface
      • IEnumerator Interface
      • LinkedListNode
      • LinkedList
      • Stack Class
      • Queue Class
      • Queue.Enumerator Structure
      • HashSet Class
      • SortedSet Class
      • Dictionary Class
      • Dictionary.KeyCollection
      • Dictionary.ValueCollection
      • SortedDictionary
      • SortedDictionary
      • IReadOnlyCollection Interface
      • IReadOnlyList Interface
      • IReadOnlyDictionary
    • Specialized Collections
      • System.Collections.Specialized
      • CollectionsUtil
      • HybridDictionary
      • ListDictionary
      • NameValueCollection Class
      • IOrderedDictionary
      • OrderedDictionary
      • OrderedCollection Class
      • StringCollection Class
      • StringEnumerator
      • StringDictionary class
    • Threading
      • Multi Processing OS
      • Single CPU
      • Multiple CPU
      • Multitasking Ways
      • Cooperative Way
      • Pre-emptive Way
      • Advantages of Multithreaded Programming
      • What is Thread?
      • .Net Threading
      • Single Threaded Model
      • Single Thread Example
      • Multi Thread Example
      • Thread Delegates
      • ThreadStart Delegate
      • ParameterizedThreadStart Delegate
      • Thread Class
      • Thread Class - Members
      • Thread Class - Sleep
      • Thread Executing Without Parameter - Example
      • MultiThreading - Example
      • Thread Executing With Parameter - Example
      • Synchronization
      • Why Synchronization
      • With Synchronization - lock
      • Synchronization – Monitor Class
      • With Synchronization - Monitor
      • Inter Thread Communication
      • Inter Thread Communication Example
      • Dead Lock & Race Condition
      • Dead Lock Example
      • Using MethodImplAttribute
      • Using MethodImplAttribute Example
      • Mutex Class
      • With Synchronization - Mutex
      • Semaphore Class
      • Semaphore Class Example
      • ThreadPool Class
      • ThreadPool Example
      • Timer Class
      • Timer Class Example
    • System.IO
      • System.IO Namespace
      • System.IO File Operation
      • DriveInfo Class
      • DriveInfo Class Memebers
      • Directory Class
      • Directory Class Members
      • File Class
      • FileSystemInfo Class
      • SearchOption Enumeration
      • DirectoryInfo Class
      • FileInfo Class
      • Categories of Data
      • Categories of IO Operations
      • System.IO Stream Based Classes Hierarchy
      • Stream
      • FileStream Class
      • Stream Class Members
      • FileStream Class Members
      • FileMode Enumeration
      • FileAccess Enumeration
      • FileShare Enumeration
      • FileOptions Enumeration
      • BufferedStream Class
      • BufferedStream Class Members
      • BinaryWriter Class
      • BinaryReader Class
      • TextWriter Class
      • StreamWriter
      • StringWriter
      • TextReader
      • StreamReader
      • StringReader
      • IOException
      • Serialization
      • Drawback of Binary Serialization
      • Binary Serialization
      • Binary Serialization Example
      • Binary Deserialization Example
    • Implicit & Explicit Type Casting
      • Implicit Enumeration Conversion
      • Implicit Null Literal Conversion
      • Implicit Nullable Conversions
      • Implicit from nullable type A? to another nullable type B?
      • Implicit conversion from non-nullable type C to nullable type D?
      • Implicit Reference Conversions
      • Implicit Boxing Conversion
      • User Defined Implicit Conversions
      • Implicit Anonymous Method & Method Group Conversions
      • Explicit Enumeration Conversion
      • Explicit Nullable Conversions
      • Explicit Reference Conversions
      • Explicit Unboxing Conversion
      • Explicit Dynamic Conversion
      • User Defined Explicit Conversions
    • Advanced Delegates & Lambda Expressions
      • Extension Methods
      • Instance Method Override Extn Method
      • Compiler Method Selection
      • Generic Delegates
      • The Func<> Delegate
      • Func(TResult) Delegate
      • Func(TResult) Delegate - ContraVariance
      • Func(T, TResult) Delegate
      • Func(T1, T2, TResult) Delegate

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