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A Tipple with a Tuple

A Tipple with a Tuple

Fear not, Tuple lovers. This much-maligned data type is still in use today.

Web Developers: Are Your Sites Using HTTPS?

Web sites that need certificates, the secure ones running under HTTPS, are quickly becoming the standard. Get ready to use certificates.

.NET Back to Basics: The Array Class

With facilities to search, copy, extract segments, and more, the array class can handle pretty much any task you need to perform with ease.

Beginning C#: Making Decisions

It's true. An if statement can help you determine whether a statement is correct.

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