Last year, I was at a client and I had to integrate an Entity Framework 4 library into a new shiny .NET Core application. The library had already been converted to .NET Standard, therefore I made the assumption that this would be the easy part of delivering this software.
How do I concatenate strings in C#?
This is a pretty common question amongst beginners. Building a string is a basic function for any programming language, but how that string is built can matter greatly to a program’s performance. The typical wisdom in C# for this question is...