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C# Tutorials for people who wish to learn the Microsoft .Net Framework and C# language. We take you from the basic programming concepts all the way through to advanced object orientation techniques, scalable solutions and multi-tier applications.

07May2010
From time to time it is necessary to convert to and from Unix timestamps, mainly when dealing with system interoperability. These timestamps are an accurate measure of time from a given point and have a simple data type.
Converting To and From Unix Timestamps

 

16Mar2010
There are a million and one reasons why you would need to send an email from within C# code - from sending an order confirmation through to error reporting. In this tutorial we will look at constructing an email message, adding attachments and sending email using the SMTP protocol.
Sending Email via SMTP and C#

 

 

 

05Feb2010
This useful code snippet will parse a string and return the contents between two tokens. This was originally used as a quick and dirty way to get the contents of an XML string, however it has found many other uses since.
Get String In Between Two Others with C#

 

05Feb2010
It is an often overlooked requirement to disable controls on postback during an AJAX postback event to prevent repetitive clicking, a minor problem which can become more serious depending on the action being taken. Payment processing, for example, can result in multiple payments or orders if not handled correctly.
ASP.Net Disable Buttons during AJAX Postback

 

01Feb2010
This short snippet is another tool in my utility class. You can use it to quickly read and write settings from an old school INI configuration file. Yes I still use INI files!
Reading and Writing INI Files with C#

 

29Jan2010
In this tutorial, I will show you how to connect ADO.Net to an IBM DB2 server such as a system I, iSeries or AS400. We will also look at using parameters to create secure query strings.
Querying iSeries DB2 with ADO.Net

 

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