Niner since 2013
Got it. :)
To my understanding the entire concept of the 'using' statements is to save us from writing code as you demonstrated in the video.
but i also noticed that you have the following statement in your example
System.IO.StreamReader myStreamReader = new System.IO.StreamReader();
why do you still need to use it if it is already declared in the beginning?
i know that primitive data types in c# also implemented as classes like the "string" data type. so the outcome of this is that we have 2 classes that can handle strings:
1. Why we need the String class in addition to the string primitive data type?
2. in which scenarios one is preferd above the other?
thank you for making this videos.
your the best
Their is an Functional programming Fundamentals series with Erik Meijer
It's a little bit advanced but a good source none the less.