Monthly Archives: November 2011

Playaround with an address of object reference variable

Well, rarely you will have to find an address of a variable in C#.NET. Though C#.NET allows use of pointers but anyone hardly use them. .NET base library and Compiler have done a beautiful job, abstracting the complex use of … Continue reading

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How to Reference or use same fully qualified class name from different assemblies

Two or more different assemblies can contain a type with a same name and same namespace. What will happen if you reference those assemblies in your project? Well, referencing won’t result into any error. 🙂 But. How about making an … Continue reading

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