The C# Value Type and Boxing Even though with the .NET framework we don't have to actively worry about memory management and garbage collection (GC), we still have to keep memory management and GC in mind in order to optimize the performance of our applications. One of the things we need to be aware of is how the Common Language Runtime (CLR) deals with references to value types. When an instance of a value type is converted to a System.Object type or to an interface, the CLR needs to convert the value type to a valid reference type.
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Boxing and Unboxing in C# .Net Posted by suhail banday under ASP.NET category on 5/1/2008 for Beginner level | Views : 14831 If you found plagiarised (copied) or inappropriate content, please let us know the original source along with your correct email id (to communicate) for further action. Rating: 4 out of 5 4 vote(s) In this article I will explain the concepts of Boxing and UnBoxing. C# provides us with Value types and Reference Types.
Removing, Replacing and Moving Elements in jQuery Home : Articles : Removing, Replacing and Moving Elements in jQuery Tutorial by Matt Doyle | Level: Beginner | Published on 8 June 2010 Categories: Learn how to use jQuery to easily remove elements from the page, replace elements, and move elements around. In Adding Elements to the Page in jQuery, you explored a number of ways to add new HTML elements — such as paragraphs and images — to a page. In this tutorial you learn how to manipulate existing elements in the page, including: Download jQuery Compressed and uncompressed copies of jQuery files are available. The uncompressed file is best used during development or debugging; the compressed file saves bandwidth and improves performance in production. You can also download a sourcemap file for use when debugging with a compressed file. The map file is not required for users to run jQuery, it just improves the developer's debugger experience. As of jQuery 1.11.0/2.1.0 the //# sourceMappingURL comment is not included in the compressed file.