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By Stephen Teilhet, Jay Hilyard

Thoroughly up to date for C# 6.0, the hot version of this bestseller deals greater than a hundred and fifty code recipes to universal and not-so-common difficulties that C# programmers face each day. greater than a 3rd of the recipes were rewritten to use new C# 6.0 beneficial properties. should you favor suggestions to basic C# language guide and speedy solutions to concept, this can be your book.C# 6.0 Cookbook bargains new recipes for asynchronous tools, dynamic items, more suitable errors dealing with, the Rosyln compiler, and extra.

Here are a few of issues covered:
- periods and generics
- Collections, enumerators, and iterators
- info types
- LINQ and Lambda expressions
- Exception handling
- mirrored image and dynamic programming
- average expressions
- Filesystem interactions
- Networking and the Web
- XML usage
- Threading, Synchronization, and Concurrency

Each recipe within the booklet comprises established code so that you can obtain from and reuse on your personal functions, and every one features a unique dialogue of ways and why the underlying know-how works. You don't need to be an skilled C# or .NET developer to take advantage of C# 6.0 Cookbook. you simply need to be an individual who desires to resolve an issue now,

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There are only two ways to initialize a readonly field. The first is by adding an initial‐ izer to the field itself: public readonly int bar = 100; The second way is to initialize the readonly field through a constructor. This approach is demonstrated by the code in the Solution to this recipe. If you look at the following class: public class Foo { public readonly int x; public const int y = 1; public Foo() {} public Foo(int roInitValue) { x = roInitValue; } // Rest of class... ctor } // End of class Foo Notice that a const field is compiled into a static field, and a readonly field is com‐ piled into an instance field.

IO; which should be differentiated from the using statement. This is potentially con‐ fusing to developers first getting into this language. • The variable(s) defined in the using statement clause must all be of the same type, and they must have an initializer. However, you are allowed multiple using statements in front of a single code block, so this isn’t a significant restriction. • Any variables defined in the using clause are considered read-only in the body of the using statement. This prevents a developer from inadvertently switching the variable to refer to a different object and causing problems when attempting to dispose of the object that the variable initially referenced.

Now you can specify different ways to sort your Square objects. The comparison method implemented in the comparer must be consistent and apply a total ordering so that when the comparison function declares equality for two items, it is absolutely true and not a result of one item not being greater than another or one item not being less than another. For best performance, keep the CompareTo method short and effi‐ cient, because it will be called multiple times by the Sort methods. For example, in sorting an array with four items, the Compare method is called 10 times.

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