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2016-06-13 Diff BW Assembly and Namespac:

An Assembly can contain many namespaces. A dll is an assembly    As I said a namespace is for logical seperation. Suppose You create a class for a calculator and call it Calc. At the same time your friend

2016-06-05 diff b/w specifier and modifier.:

they are not  the same    Access specifiers: The access specifier determines how accessible the field is to code in other classes. Access ranges from totally accessible to totally inaccessible. You can

2016-06-01 diff b/w specifier and modifier.:

Hi    Access specifiers   ------------------------       1) The access specifier determines how accessible the field is  to code in other classes. Access ranges from totally  accessible to totally inaccessible

2016-05-15 Diff bw parameters and arguments:

A parameter is a variable in a method definition. When a method is called, the arguments are the data you pass into the method's parameters. Parameter is variable in the declaration of function.    Argument

2016-02-25 Insert blank/null datagridview cell into database table:

Hi    You do a check before pass the parameter value should solve your problem.      If row.Cells(0).Value.ToString IsNot Nothing Then      nonqueryCommand.Parameters("@Col1").Value = row.Cells(0).Value


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