Random Advance C# FAQs

UmaShankar-Patel, 2017-06-07

  1.  Difference between const, readlonly and static readonly?
  2.  const: const variable value is set as constant value at compile time. it can not be changed.
     readonly: readonly value can be changed at run time using constructor. 
     static readonly: static readonly variables value only can be changed inside static  constructor at run time.
  3. Difference between Binary and XML Serialization?

  4. Binary Serialization: In binary serialization, all  members whether these are pubic, private or readonly are serialized. This is faster than XML serialization. 
    XML Serialization: It serialize only public members.

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