Up to certain extent the performance quite depends on .NET version your application is running on.
Another quick reference is Microsoft Patterns and Practices article
There’re 4 ways to read and write XML
It is pretty common to come across a scenario where we have to deal with special characters in XML. Like &, (, ), $, etc. With this fix the < be the only illeagal character.
An XML needs to be parsed – I was told the other day. My first questions from experience, how big the XML is going to be? Do we know the schema? The answer : It’s never going to be bigger than few lines, as we use it to store our application’s menu – which may or may not have child(ren). And yes we know the XML schema. Enough said. Continue reading →
I know, I should probably have a separate page for XML and C#, but friends trust me there are plenty out there and I’d very much not like to simply copy and paste it all, rather to share URLs. The resources that helped me most were [drum-roll] MSDN & W3Schools.com (http://xmlmaster.org is also a strong competitor though – IMO )
Alright, so w/o further due, assuming you’ve some understanding of XSD, ( of-course ) XML, let’s see how can we Continue reading →
Below are some code snippets / recipes that I have had prepared for myself and I thought of sharing with ya’ll as a firs post in C# category. If you do not find one that you are looking for or want more, just drop me a request or comment below, I’d try to address the request.
|Global Variables in C#||Different scenarios as your requirement and need||zip|
|Text to SQL Server||Read a text file and insert all records in SQL Server.||zip|
|Update combobox items according to selection of column-name in other combobox||zip|
|MySQL(SQL Server) To MsAccess||Copy table of Ms-Access from the data of the MySQL||zip|
|(Basic) Reading Ms-Excel spreadsheets||Reading data from Excel sheets using C#||zip|
|Updating Ms-Excel spreadsheets||Updating data of Excel sheets using C#||zip|
|Accessing .config file||The app.config can be used to access some setings (like conn string) anywhere in the project||zip|
|MySQL (SQL Server) database to CSV||Convert record set from MySQL query to csv file||zip|
|String Delimiter||Various illustrations in a single project, demonstrating ways to use the String.Split() function||zip|
|Date – Times||Gets the beginning and ending dates of
|Update/Delete CSV||Here is the work around for Updating / Deleting records from CSV, which usually is just a file IO operation otherwise||zip|
|json||json in C# using JSON .NET & LINQ||zip|
|json serialization||serialization/de-serialization of json||zip|
|Stateful iterations||By using yield keyword, difference b/w IEnumerable and IEnumerator||zip|