Category «.Net Core»

C# – Preprocessor Directives

The preprocessor directives give instruction to the compiler to preprocess the information before actual compilation starts. All preprocessor directives begin with #, and only white-space characters may appear before a preprocessor directive on a line. Preprocessor directives are not statements, so they do not end with a semicolon (;). C# compiler does not have a …

C# – Regular Expressions

A regular expression is a pattern that could be matched against an input text. The .Net framework provides a regular expression engine that allows such matching. A pattern consists of one or more character literals, operators, or constructs. Constructs for Defining Regular Expressions There are various categories of characters, operators, and constructs that lets you …