OOPS Concepts in C# In this guide, let me introduce you to OOPS concepts in C#. OOP stands for Object-Oriented Programming. It is a programming methodology that uses Objects to build a system or web applications using programming languages like C#, Vb.net, etc. Here, Objects play a very important role because it hides the implementation details and exposes only the needed functionalities and related stuff required to adopt it. We can access class properties and methods by creating a class object that I’ll explain below.
In this tutorial, I’ll explain the difference between DataSet, DataReader, DataAdapter, DataView in .net c# as well as vb.net with examples. Just for refreshing your memory, in my previous tutorials, I’d explained the difference between dataset and datareader, difference between dataset and datatable, difference between executereader executenonquery and executescalar, and difference between String and StringBuilder, and OOP concepts with examples along with other similar tutorials. You can definitely check out those too.
In in this tutorial, I’ll explain how you can pass multiple parameters in asp.net querystring url and get parameter values on page load event of another page in asp.net using c# as well as vb.net. I would also demonstrate an example code and step by step guide. Just for refreshing, you can also check out my previous tutorials, in which I had explained how to pass & (ampersand) as a querystring parameter value, how to get querystring paramters value using jquery, and exporting gridview data to word excel text and pdf. I have also posted tutorials on GridView, Asp.net.
In this tutorial, I’ll explain to you how to enable or disable asp.net text box or HTML input control on the button click event in jquery with example. Oh, by the way, just for refreshing, in my previous tutorials I had explained most popular jQuery fading effects, gridview inline insert update delete, jQuery fade-in and fade-out effects using css3 transition. Also, you can find tutorials on Gridivew, Asp.net, and jQuery