Automatically Show the Output Window During Build in Visual Studio

By | June 26, 2011

The Visual Studio IDE Output window displays status messages for various features with in IDE  include build errors, compilation error, Project configuration information, that occur when a project is compiled. This window is very much important to see what your application doing during build. Now, this windows is by default turn off. So when ever you want to… Read More »

using “Default” Keyword in C#

By | June 17, 2011

Sometimes default keywords comes very handy when working with generic objects. It returns the default value when the object is not initialized. For example, we all know integers are initialized to 0 if not given any value. Characters are Empty when not given any value, objects are null when not assigned any value.

Help yourself in Debugging by using Call Stack and Immediate Window

By | June 15, 2011

Here I am going to show you the two important window of the Visual Studio which is useful when you debugging the project and to get the result on the fly during debug mode. Call Stack Window Most of the developer get confuse when they are debugging application “From which function call came from up to my debug… Read More »