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Need to convert a string in to an int in C#? That sort of task is trivial thanks to the TryParse method of the System.Int32 structure which is a standard part of the .NET Framework. TryParse does exactly what you need by taking a properly formatted string and converting it to an integer. The great… Craving to read the remainder of “C# How To Convert String To Integer Value?” Click on this link!
.NET offers the programmer many strongly typed data types. One of those is the System.Boolean structure which represents a Boolean value. System.Boolean, though programmers normally use the bool alias when declaring Boolean variables, have a value of either true or false. These two logical values permit the Boolean data type to represent anything that needs… Continue reading the remainder of “C# What Is The System.Boolean Structure.”
With the introduction of the CSS3 border-radius style tags, web developers can now easily create rounded corner design elements that previously required a lot of intensive fiddling with itty-bitty graphics and multiple div tags. Judging by the number of websites out there that use rounded corners in a lot of their design elements (including this… Click to continue reading the remainder of this article
How do you create coloured borders with CSS3? With the new border-color tags of course! The border-color tag permits a web designer to be very specific about the colours used in the border of an HTML element. As the W3C inches their way towards delivering on the promise of CSS3, many more browsers are beginning… Click to read the rest of “Creating Coloured Borders With CSS3.”
The built-in array() data type has many ways that it can be manipulated. One of those ways is through the array_shift() function that treats an array as a queue, taking array elements from the front of the queue and moving up all of the other items in the array. When you define an array that… Hankering to read the rest of “PHP array_shift() With Non-Numeric Keys?” Click the link!
PHP has a built-in array() data type which can be easily treated as though it were a list or a queue data type. The way to do this is through the use of the array_shift() function which takes the element at the beginning of the array and returns it, and in the process, shortens the… Craving to get the remainder of “PHP array_shift() Function Definition?” Click this!
Even though PHP has an intrinsic array data type you as the programmer have the ability to manipulate arrays in several different ways. PHP can manipulate the array() data type as though it were a stack data structure through two simple functions, array_push() and array_pop() which just reinforces how versatile PHP can be. This article… Yearning to get the rest of “PHP array_push() Function?” Use this link!
This short article covers Objective-C 2.0 property accessors that do not have an associated instance variable. Objective-C 2.0 offers the ability to automatically declare and implement class properties via the @property and @synthesize compiler directives. For the most part, these two compiler directives, part of the Declared Properties feature, go hand in hand with each… Click here to read the remainder of this article
Objective-C 2.0 offers some neat new features that make life easier for programmers. If you’re familiar with Java programming you are used to declaring getter and setter functions to access the instance variables of a class, and similarly in C#, you have the ability to declare property functions, get and set, which do the same… Thirsting to get the remainder of “Objective-C Class Properties?” Click here!
Performing a simple sort of text strings that are all the same case, e.g. upper-case, is no more difficult in .NET than it is for sorting integers. The .NET method Array.Sort comes to our rescue by being able to sort objects that are derived from the base System.Array type. Sorting Strings Alphabetically This program sorts… Hankering to read the remainder of “C# Array.Sort Sorting Strings?” Click the link!