Learn OOPS concept in simple and easy way

In this blog, We will see Object Oriented Programming Principal in simple and easy way. What is Object Oriented Programming Concept? Object oriented is an approach to do programming in C#, Java etc. Before object oriented programming structural programming model was in use. C programming language is an example of  structural programming. But the problem … Read more

how to do url rewrite in C#.net. implemented in asp.net4.0 version

how to do url rewrite in C#.net. implemented in asp.net4.0 version Url rewriting is just to display a friendly and readable url instead of a comlex or unfriendly url. Suppose there is a url in your website just like below: http://sharepointcafe.net/Page.aspx?userid=23456 The disadvantages of above mentioned url are: 1. This is not a friendly url.2. … Read more

Gridview row edit, delete and update code in asp.net

As Gridview is a data source control which binds data from backend sql server or any other database table. Here is the code which implements edit, delete and update functionality in a single Gridview. Gridview Edit,Update and Delete functionality code: ASPX Code: <asp:GridView ID=”gvDetails” DataKeyNames=”id” runat=”server” AutoGenerateColumns=”false”                  … Read more

Object initializers and Collection initializers in asp.net ?

Object initializer in asp.net, C#.net 4.0 features. Object initializers is one of the most important feature of C # 3.0.What is Object initializers?Using Object initializers we can initialize a object of that type without explicitly invoking the constructor of that particular type. Object initializers:I will explain this with a piece of code:class Student{    public … Read more

What is Nullable types in C#

What is nullable type in C# code? Please explain with an example. Nullable types were introduced in C# 2.0.Nullable types are instances of the System.Nullable<T> struct. A nullable type can represent the range of values for its underlying data type, also an additional null value. For example, a Nullable<Int32>, pronounced “Nullable of Int32,” can be … Read more