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public class SingletonClass { public static SingletonClass Instance { get; } = new SingletonClass(); private SingletonClass() { // Put custom constructor code here } } Because the constructor is private, no new instances of SingletonClass can be made by consum...
Returns a subset of items which the specified predicate is true for them. List<string> trees = new List<string>{ "Oak", "Birch", "Beech", "Elm", "Hazel", "Maple" }; Method syntax // Select all trees with name of length 3 v...
Select allows you to apply a transformation to every element in any data structure implementing IEnumerable. Getting the first character of each string in the following list: List<String> trees = new List<String>{ "Oak", "Birch", "Beech", "Elm", ...
Many LINQ functions both operate on an IEnumerable<TSource> and also return an IEnumerable<TResult>. The type parameters TSource and TResult may or may not refer to the same type, depending on the method in question and any functions passed to it. A few examples of this are public stat...
var name = "World"; var str = $"Hello, {name}!"; //str now contains: "Hello, World!"; Behind the scenes Internally this $"Hello, {name}!" Will be compiled to something like this: string.Format("Hello, {0}!", name);
using System.Speech.Recognition; // ... SpeechRecognitionEngine recognitionEngine = new SpeechRecognitionEngine(); recognitionEngine.LoadGrammar(new DictationGrammar()); recognitionEngine.SpeechRecognized += delegate(object sender, SpeechRecognizedEventArgs e) { Console.WriteLine(&quot...
SpeechRecognitionEngine recognitionEngine = new SpeechRecognitionEngine(); GrammarBuilder builder = new GrammarBuilder(); builder.Append(new Choices("I am", "You are", "He is", "She is", "We are", "They are")); builder.Append(new Choices...
Install the NuGet package System.Reactive, then add this using statement to access the Rx extension methods: using System.Reactive.Linq;
emails.Where(email => email.From == "John")
Subscription returns an IDisposable: IDisposable subscription = emails.Subscribe(email => Console.WriteLine("Email from {0} to {1}", email.From, email.To)); When you are ready to unsubscribe, simply dispose the subscription: subscription.Dispose();
emails.Subscribe(email => Console.WriteLine("Email from {0} to {1}", email.From, email.To), cancellationToken);
string helloWorld = "hello world, how is it going?"; string[] parts1 = helloWorld.Split(','); //parts1: ["hello world", " how is it going?"] string[] parts2 = helloWorld.Split(' '); //parts2: ["hello", "world,", "how", "is&qu...
string helloWorld = "Hello World!"; string world = helloWorld.Substring(6); //world = "World!" string hello = helloWorld.Substring(0,5); // hello = "Hello" Substring returns the string up from a given index, or between two indexes (both inclusive).
string HelloWorld = "Hello World"; HelloWorld.StartsWith("Hello"); // true HelloWorld.StartsWith("Foo"); // false Finding a string within a string Using the System.String.Contains you can find out if a particular string exists within a string. The method returns ...
String.Trim() string x = " Hello World! "; string y = x.Trim(); // "Hello World!" string q = "{(Hi!*"; string r = q.Trim( '(', '*', '{' ); // "Hi!" String.TrimStart() and String.TrimEnd() string q = "{(Hi*"; string r = q.TrimStart( '{...
Unlike interfaces, which can be described as contracts for implementation, abstract classes act as contracts for extension. An abstract class cannot be instantiated, it must be extended and the resulting class (or derived class) can then be instantiated. Abstract classes are used to provide generi...
Use the String.Format() method to replace one or more items in the string with the string representation of a specified object: String.Format("Hello {0} Foo {1}", "World", "Bar") //Hello World Foo Bar
The Range and Repeat static methods on Enumerable can be used to generate simple sequences. Range Enumerable.Range() generates a sequence of integers given a starting value and a count. // Generate a collection containing the numbers 1-100 ([1, 2, 3, ..., 98, 99, 100]) var range = Enumerable.Ran...
The following is a bad idea because it would dispose the db variable before returning it. public IDBContext GetDBContext() { using (var db = new DBContext()) { return db; } } This can also create more subtle mistakes: public IEnumerable<Person> GetPeople(int age)...

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