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How to Get the List of All Drives installed in the System using C# ?

If you need to get the list of all drives installed on your system using C# , you can use the DriveInfo class which provides the static method GetDrives. How to Get the List of All Drives installed in the System using C# ? Below is a code snippet that iterates through all the drives and provides the necessary information about them. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Globalization; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.IO; namespace GinktageConsoleApp { internal class Program { private static void Main(string[] args) { var DrivesInPC = DriveInfo.GetDrives(); foreach(var drive in DrivesInPC) { Console.WriteLine(drive.Name); } Console.ReadLine(); } } } read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - June 27, 2014 at 1:52 pm

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Gaming Engines for Windows 8 Jump Start

Microsoft Virtual Academy is hosting a new Jumpstart series on Gaming Engines for Windows 8 Jump Start on August 21, 2013 from 9:00am – 5:00pm (PDT). Want to learn about developing games for Windows 8? This is a perfect session to start with. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - August 9, 2013 at 3:40 pm

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How to Download Images Automatically in Outlook 2013?

This article will explain in simple steps on how to automatically download images in Microsoft Outlook 2013. For security reasons, Microsoft Outlook does not download Images automatically when a new email is received. This can be overridden by modifying the settings in Microsoft Outlook 2013 where all the images will be automatically downloaded as soon as it is received. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - August 5, 2013 at 8:00 am

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Using SQL “IN” Clause in LINQ Query

When using the SQL Query, we could use the IN keyword to find the item something like this SELECT * FROM MOVIES WHERE Movie_Name IN (‘Thalaivaa’, ‘Jilla’, ‘Arrambam’) How to use achieve the similar results when using LINQ? Using SQL “IN” Clause in LINQ Query You could use the contains extension method to achieve the similar result as shown in the below code snippet. string[] MovieNames = new string[] { “Thuppaki”, “Thalaivaa”, “Jilla”, “Arrambam” }; string[] CurrentName = new string[] { “Thalaivaa”, “Jilla”, “Arrambam” }; var selectedName = (from u in MovieNames where CurrentName.Contains(u) select u); foreach (var item in selectedName) Console.WriteLine(item); Console.ReadLine(); read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - July 28, 2013 at 8:15 pm

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How to always save a file in XLS format in Microsoft Excel 2013?

This article will explain how the users can always save the excel workbook in XLS format in Microsoft Excel 2013. How to always save a file in XLS format in Microsoft Excel 2013? The users can set the default Save As format of the excel workbook to XLS format (Excel 97-2003) format. Follow the below steps to know how to save the excel workbook always in XLS format. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - July 27, 2013 at 8:00 am

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Anonymous Delegate and Anonymous Type in C#

Below is a simple example demonstrating the usage of the Anonymous Delegate which is assigned to the Fun class. The example demonstrates the delegate which concatenates the FirstName and last name of anonymous type and displays it Anonymous Delegate and Anonymous Type Func<string, string, string> FullName = delegate(string FirstName, string LastName) { return FirstName + ” ” + LastName; }; var Name = new { FirstName = “Senthil”, LastName = “Kumar”, Name = FullName }; Console.WriteLine(Name.Name); Console.ReadLine(); read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - July 9, 2013 at 10:08 pm

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How to Compare Two PowerPoint 2013 Presentations?

This article will explain in easy steps on how to compare two Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 presentations quickly. The Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 offers one of the easiest way to compare the PowerPoint presentations. Follow the below steps to find out how to do it. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - July 8, 2013 at 8:00 pm

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How to import text file into Microsoft Excel 2007?

This article will explain how to import text file into Microsoft Excel 2007 Worksheet. When you have the files in different format like text, image etc. there may be cases where you want it to import to your excel as it is for your further need. For eg you have salary detail list in “.txt” format and you want it to import for excel and add few more details. read more

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Posted by Pallavi D Joshi - June 20, 2013 at 8:00 pm

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How to Insert Slide Number in PowerPoint 2013 Presentation?

This article will explain how to insert the slide number in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 presentation. If you are a use working in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, you might sometimes want to display the slide number in your presentation. You can easily do it by following the below steps. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - June 18, 2013 at 8:00 pm

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How to Invert Text in Microsoft Word 2013?

This article will explain how to invert a text in word document in Microsoft Word 2013. Note that the inverted text cannot generally be typed in a document but Microsoft Word provides a special pasting function to insert an Inverted Text. read more

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Posted by Ginktage Admin - June 14, 2013 at 8:00 pm

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