The Top 5 New Features in C#6.0

Visual Studio 2015 recently introduced a new version of C# named C#6.0. I would not say it has major features added like Extension Method or LINQ in C# 3.0 or Async/ Await in C# 5.0. However it has many features that simplify the syntaxes and improve the readability of the code. Major C# 6.0 features … Continue reading The Top 5 New Features in C#6.0

C# basics: why we override Equals method

You may have come across questions, Why to override Equals method? How to determine whether two object are equal? How to determine whether two objects are identical? To get answer of all the above questions, let us consider Product class as listed next:   We are creating two instances of the Product class, foo and … Continue reading C# basics: why we override Equals method

C-Sharp Basics: What is Checked and Unchecked operations

You may have come across questions, What is checked and unchecked primitive operations? How to handle overflow in C-Sharp? Does CLR handles overflow or developers? So let us start with understanding a program. Consider the code listed below:   On running you will get 44 as the output. There is one serious observation about the … Continue reading C-Sharp Basics: What is Checked and Unchecked operations

Property Initializers in C-Sharp 6.0

In the C-Sharp 3.0 a new feature Automatic property got introduced. It allows us to create a class as a bag of the setters and the getters. You can create a class as follows: Each property is backed by a backing filed. When you set value of the property, setter gets executed to set the … Continue reading Property Initializers in C-Sharp 6.0

Exception Filters in C-Sharp 6.0

So far we deal with the Exceptions as below. As you see in the following code snippet, we are catching the exception and displaying the error message. Challenge in the above snippet is that you cannot apply filter to the exception. Of course you can have if-else statement inside the try catch block but it … Continue reading Exception Filters in C-Sharp 6.0

Using AutoMapper : Getting Started

Read full article on Falafel blog I have often seen developers use the LINQ SELECT statement to create a new instance of one class from an existing instance of another class. There are many scenarios when you may have to do this, for example: Creating the domain class instance from the entity class instance Creating … Continue reading Using AutoMapper : Getting Started