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Using Data Type Alias in .Net

, 30 Oct 2008
Data type aliasing allows us to use an alias of a data type instead of actual data type name
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I started programming for fun when I was in Higher Secondary (1995). It was a table writing program in C..haah!! those were the best days of my life Smile | :)
 
But now it has brought me to no. of jobs in roles of developer, Lead, Architect, Coach and Consultant....
 
.Net c# is my passion specially when it comes to build api and frameworks to facilitates development teams....
 
I always learned things by example, now its a pleasure and responsiblity to give learnings back to next generation of coders.

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