Extension Methods – A Polished C++ Feature

Extension Methods is an excellent feature in C# 3.0. It is a mechanism by which new methods can be exposed from an existing type (interface or class) without directly adding the method to the type.

Learning Type Access Modifiers Basics !!!

When I started developing my module, I had an interface IParamCountBasedAlgo declared as a nested type in a class AlgorithmOneExecutor, declared as follows:- namespace DataStructuresAndAlgo

The New Looking Post !!!

I am very much fond of tools, updates and stuff. So I keep updating my softwares and hear/learn about new tools etc.

where enum does not work !!!

I was writing a generic method with enum as the Constraint, and the compiler spat a few errors that did not directly convey me that enums cannot used as generic constraints.