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  • Singleton by Jon Skeet clarification

    - by amutha
    public sealed class Singleton { Singleton() { } public static Singleton Instance { get { return Nested.instance; } } class Nested { // Explicit static constructor to tell C# compiler // not to mark type as beforefieldinit static Nested() { } internal static readonly Singleton instance = new Singleton(); } } I wish to implement Jon Skeet's Singleton pattern in my current application in C#. I have two doubts on the code 1) How is it possible to access the outer class inside nested class? I mean internal static readonly Singleton instance = new Singleton(); Is something called closure? 2) I did not get this comment // Explicit static constructor to tell C# compiler // not to mark type as beforefieldinit what does this comment suggest us?

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  • Abstract class and constructor

    - by Amutha
    As abstract class can be instantiated ,still why constructor is allowed inside abstract class? public abstract class SomeClass { private string _label; public SomeClass(string label) { _label=label; } }

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  • Private constructor and public parameter constructor -C#

    - by Amutha
    I heard that private constructor prevent object creation from outside world. When i have a code public class Product { public string Name { get;set;} public double Price {get;set;} Product() { } public Product(string _name,double _price) { } } here still i can declare public constructor(parameter),won't it spoil the purpose of private constructor? When do we need both private and public constructor(parameter) in code? I need detailed explanation please.

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  • MVC Pattern Clarification

    - by Amutha
    Just I started learning MVC pattern,ofcourse i am learning it from Microsoft's website.Just i want to gather quiz information from the experts. My understanding is (correct me then and there) 1 ) MVC does not support server side events ,but supports client side events.if it supports client side events,i need html page with jQuery/Javascript (view),but most of the example i absorbed is to display the information(model) in view ,i did not see any client side event handling happens in view. 2) Except ViewState and controlState,MVC supports Sessions,Application State management,Cache management. 3) When request goes to MVC engine ,the routing module routes the request that is picked up by the controller.The controller in executes the appropriate action and return the appropriate view.

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  • Interview Question in C#

    - by amutha
    A Technical Lead asked me that ,he created a class,he declared object and initialized it.But some circumstance we may get "null reference" exception.He explained there are 1000 reasons for that and asked me to tell a single reason.I am unable to figure it out. What the reason(s) ,we may get such exception?

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  • C# -Interview Question Anonymous Type

    - by Amutha
    Recently i was asked to prove the power of C# 3.0 in a single line( might be tricky) i wrote new int[] { 1, 2, 3 }.Union(new int[]{10,23,45}). ToList().ForEach(x => Console.WriteLine(x)); and explained you can have (i) anonymous array (ii) extension method (iii)lambda and closure all in a single line.I got spot offer. But..... The interviewer asked me how will you convert an anonymous type into know type :( I am 100% sure ,we can not do that.The interviewer replied there is 200% chance to do that if you have a small work around.I was clueless. As usual,I am waiting for your valuable reply(Is it possible?).

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  • LINQ and Storedprocedure

    - by Amutha
    The interview i faced was "What is the difference between LINQ and Stored procedure?". I don't know whether it is a vague question or proper one. I answered "In Linq there is a support for Closure so you can refer the value of outer parameter inside the anonymous body,you can't do the same with Stored procedure". Just i am requesting you the proper answer.

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  • ASP.NET MVC Beginner's question

    - by Amutha
    Just I am learning MVC,(ofcourse i get enough information from MS Website).I want to quickly clarify some details. 1) What is the use of PartialView in MVC,Is it similar to partial update of Ajax? I am does the partialView modify the HTML DOM structure? 2)Can i use Response.Redirect() in MVC?

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  • ASP.net Interview Question

    - by Amutha
    Recently i was asked (1) "How will you do performance optimization over your jQuery in ASP.net ?" (2) "How many script manager can we have in ASP.net Application?" why? (Ajax related). I have no ideas on both.Help me to grow.

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  • Delegates in Action -Help

    - by Amutha
    I am learning delegates.I am very curious to apply delegates to the following chain-of-responsibility pattern. Kindly help me the way to apply delegates to the following piece. Thanks in advance.Thanks for your effort. #region Chain of Responsibility Pattern namespace Chain { public class Player { public string Name { get; set; } public int Score { get; set; } } public abstract class PlayerHandler { protected PlayerHandler _Successor = null; public abstract void HandlePlayer(Player _player); public void SetupHandler(PlayerHandler _handler) { _Successor = _handler; } } public class Employee : PlayerHandler { public override void HandlePlayer(Player _player) { if (_player.Score <= 100) { MessageBox.Show(string.Format("{0} is greeted by Employee", _player.Name)); } else { _Successor.HandlePlayer(_player); } } } public class Supervisor : PlayerHandler { public override void HandlePlayer(Player _player) { if (_player.Score >100 && _player.Score<=200) { MessageBox.Show(string.Format("{0} is greeted by Supervisor", _player.Name)); } else { _Successor.HandlePlayer(_player); } } } public class Manager : PlayerHandler { public override void HandlePlayer(Player _player) { if (_player.Score > 200) { MessageBox.Show(string.Format("{0} is greeted by Manager", _player.Name)); } else { MessageBox.Show(string.Format("{0} got low score", _player.Name)); } } } } #endregion #region Main() void Main() { Chain.Player p1 = new Chain.Player(); p1.Name = "Jon"; p1.Score = 100; Chain.Player p2 = new Chain.Player(); p2.Name = "William"; p2.Score = 170; Chain.Player p3 = new Chain.Player(); p3.Name = "Robert"; p3.Score = 300; Chain.Employee emp = new Chain.Employee(); Chain.Manager mgr = new Chain.Manager(); Chain.Supervisor sup = new Chain.Supervisor(); emp.SetupHandler(sup); sup.SetupHandler(mgr); emp.HandlePlayer(p1); emp.HandlePlayer(p2); emp.HandlePlayer(p3); } #endregion

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