base types


In almost every project there is need for code that converts one object type to another or provides custom formatting for output. Until C# 3.0 this was usually done by creating a wrapper class with static methods or worst by writing inline code that made those transformations on the spot. With C# 3.0 Microsoft introduced […]

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