Recently, I ran into an issue involving implicit type conversion. Before this case, I expected that compiler took care of any implicit conversions it allowed. Apparently, it is not true.Continue reading “C#: Even implicit conversions of types are not safe”
When you set a reference type to ‘null’ like this:
string str = null;
it means that it’s undefined. It’s not a zero or empty. It’s nothing. I wonder what nothing looks like inside of computer memory.Continue reading “C#: What ‘null’ looks like in computer memory?”
I f you need to comment your blocks try this:
It would be nice to have a special
Comment block but this way it works for me too.