Running Internet Explorer in compatibility mode for an older version of Internet Explorer

Running Internet Explorer in compatibility mode for an older version of Internet Explorer You gotta love Internet Exploder. In Microsoft’s infinite wisdom they usually break previous features with updates, however Microsoft does have a compatibility mode that you can take advantage of if a particular website isn’t working. Open the site that you need to […]

operator overloading in C#

Operator Overloading in C# One of the greatest things you can find in c# is operator overloading capability. This is very awesome and applicable especially in a calculation related solution. We all know what is the easiest way to add two numbers, or two strings, simply by using + operator. Short example: int a = […]

debugging breakpoints (part 2)

debugging breakpoints This is the second part of the Break points tutorial. Before you continue reading this article, you might want to check out part 1, if you haven’t already done that. With that being said we can return our focus on this article. The main goal in this article is to explain the debugging breakpoints […]

debugging breakpoints (part 1)

debugging breakpoints One of the daily routines for every developer is debugging. As many developers already know it can be a very difficult, and some times even more annoying of a process. It often require code changes just to find the bug, adding debug/trace lines, assertions and God knows what else. At the end when […]