This example presents the FileInfo class, which allows you to get information about a file.
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Format specifiers are most often used with numbers. What happens if you want to format a variable differently if the number is negative versus positive? Learn the specifiers needed to make this happen in .NET.
Dates and times can be formatted a number of different ways. Learn how to format dates and times in .NET. While this article uses C#, the lesson is applicable to VB .NET and Managed C++ programmers.
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Indexers allow objects to be treated like arrays. Learn how to use an indexer with a C# object.
Writing XML from a .NET application can be done quickly and easily. This article briefly introduces the .NET Framework's XmlTextWriter class and illustrates its use from C#.