Table below shows the default value for the different predefined data types. Type Default sbyte, byte, short, ushort, int, uint, long, ulong 0 char ‘\x0000’ float 0.0f double 0.0d decimal 0.0m bool false object null string null As you can see, for the integral value types, the default value is zero. The default value for […]
string myValueToSplit = “Istanbul, Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok, Bali, Minsk, Belgrade, Kiev”; var theFirstValue = myValueToSplit.Split(‘,’); //OUTPUT: theFirstValue = “Istanbul” //You can change  as you wish. //For example, if you want to get Kiev, make it 
You need to define a length when specifying the varchar parameter: SqlParameter TheFirstJob = cmd.Parameters.Add(“@spParam”, SqlDbType.VarChar, 50); Note: You should use the same length as defined in your SQL Server stored procedure.
Constructor is a special method of the class that is automatically invoked when an instance of the class is created is called a constructor. The main use of constructors is to initialize the private fields of the class while creating an instance for the class. When you have not created a constructor in the class, the compiler […]
In C# (and many other languages) you will find that you use new often as it is fundamental to using types and classes. The new keyword does pretty much what it says: it will create a new instance of a class or type, assigning it a location in memory. Let me try and illustrate this. Company company; Here […]