Category Archives: C#

Working with Zip Files in .NET

Zipping and Unzipping in a Client Application or a Website is very common requirement. Until the latest .NET version, there is no API that fully supports these things. We would have relied on J# specific JAVA APIs or there are superior 3rd party APIs available which could have done the trick. .NET 4.5 gives an edge on handling… Read More »

Setting Default Global Timeout for Regular expressions

In my previous post, I mentioned about the capability of specifying a Timeout while executing a Regular expression. Sometimes, when your application is totally developed, and it would be a heck to change every single code which uses regular expression to specify a timeout. Sometimes the Regular expression is parsed inside an external assembly. In such cases, you… Read More »

Timeout in Regular Expressions

Regular expressions are common forms of parsing a document and get meaning. It has been very popular and most of the people do use it regularly to solve their complex problems. Being a developer, I use them very often. But there is a catch on using a regular expression. Regular expression gives you a chance to create a… Read More »