Some C# Tips in 100 Chars.

Once you assign a value to a BigInteger variable, it becomes immutable (cannot change)

‘var’ is not really a C# keyword. You can name variables & parameters as “var” and your compiler won’t complain

Enum does not mean Enumerator. Enum is a custom data type whereas Enumerator is a class implementing IEnumerable

Did you know that enum types cannot be written generically. Only classes, interfaces & delegates can be

You should design all custom attributes as sealed .GetValues(typeof(SomeEnum))){ }

Delegates are immutable, so doing del += CallMethod creates a new delegate instance

By Sriramjithendra Posted in C#.NET

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