Binding true / false to radio buttons in Knockout JS

In this case, i think that a nice choice is to make the writeable computed evident a “sub-observable” of your IsActive discernible. Your view model would look like: var ViewModel = function() { this.IsActive = ko.observable(true); this.IsActive.ForEditing = ko.computed({ read: function() { return this.IsActive().toString(); }, write: function(newValue) { this.IsActive(newValue === “true”); }, owner: this }); }; […]

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Abstract classes in c#

Abstract categories, marked by the keyword abstract in the category definition, square measure usually accustomed outline a base category within the hierarchy. what is special concerning them, is that you just cannot create associate instance of them – if you try, you’ll get a compile error. Instead, you have to taxonomic category them, as tutored […]

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Casting and Type Conversions (C# Programming)

C# is statically-typed at compile time, after a variable is asserted, it cannot be declared once more or accustomed store values of another kind unless that kind is convertible to the variable’s kind. as an example, there’s no conversion from Associate in Nursing number to any arbitrary string. Therefore, once you declare i as associate […]

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Basic Introduction of ExtJS.

ExtJS stand for Extended JavaScript, is a JavaScript framework and product of sencha which is based on YUI (Yahoo user interface).It is basically a desktop application development platform with modern UI. This tutorial gives a complete understanding of Ext JS. This reference will take you through simple and practical approach while learning Ext JS. The […]

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Introduction to OOPS Concepts.

OOP stands for Object Oriented Programming. It is a programming methodology that uses Objects to build a system or web applications using programming languages like C#, Vb.net etc. Here, Objects plays a very important role because it hides the implementation details and exposed only the needed functionalities and related stuff that is required to adopt […]

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Differences between SQL Server temporary tables and table variables

Temporary tables are created in tempdb. The name “temporary” is slightly misleading, for even though the tables are instantiated in tempdb, they are backed by physical disk and are even logged into the transaction log. They act like regular tables in that you can query their data via SELECT queries and modify their data via […]

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What is the difference between Constants and Readonly Property?

The readonly keyword is different from the const keyword. A const field can only be initialized at the declaration of the field. A readonly field can be initialized either at the declaration or in a constructor. Therefore, readonly fields can have different values depending on the constructor used. Also, while a const field is a […]

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Difference Between Variable and Constant

Variable and constant are two commonly used mathematical concepts. Simply put, a variable is a value that is changing or that have the ability to change. A constant is a value which remains unchanged. Even though the concepts are fundamental in many aspects of mathematics, in elementary levels, it is used in algebra predominantly. Variable […]

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