C# – Use yield return to minimize memory usage

Let’s say you want to search through a large text file for specific characters and return a list of context objects to the calling code for further processing (such as showing the results in the UI). One way to do that is to build the entire list at once and return it. If you don’t … Read more

C# – Save a list of strings to a file

The simplest way to save a list of strings to a file is to use File.WriteAllLines(). This creates (or overwrites) the specified file and writes each string on a new line. The resulting file looks like this: Note: Showing non-printable newline characters \r\n for clarity. Specifying the separator character What if you want to separate … Read more