Differences between Int16, Int32, Int64 in C#

The Int16, Int32 and Int64 types are aliased to keywords. Typically C# programmers prefer the C-style numeric types, which are easier to read. We show the Int16, Int32, and Int64 types are equivalent to more commonly used types.

Type information

Int16 -> short

Int32 -> int

Int64 -> long

Int16: 2 bytes
Int32 and int: 4 bytes
Int64: 8 bytes

Type Capacity


Int16 -- (-32768 to +32787)-- 2^16
Int32 -- (-2,147,483684 to +2,147,483683)-- 2^32
Int64 -- (-9223372036854775808 to +9223372036854775807)--2^64

AdoDotNet

introduction

AspDotNet

ASP.Net-Page-Life-Cycle
ASP.NET-State-Management
URL-Rewriting-in-Asp.Net

CodingStandard

1-Overview-Coding-Standered
2.1-Style-and-Naming-Conventions
2.10-Attribute-Naming-Guidelines
2.11-Enumeration-Type-Naming-Guidelines
2.12-Static-Field-Naming-Guidelines
2.13-Parameter-Naming-Guidelines
2.14-Method-Naming-Guidelines
2.15-Property-Naming-Guidelines
2.16-Event-Naming-Guidelines
2.2-Case-Sensitivity
2.3-Abbreviations
2.4-Word-Choice
2.6-Avoiding-Type-Name-Confusion
2.7-Namespace-Naming-Guidelines
2.8-Class-Naming-Guidelines
2.9-Interface-Naming-Guidelines
3.1-Property-Usage-Guidelines
3.10-Nested-Type-Usage-Guidelines
3.11-Guidelines-for-Exposing-Functionality-to-COM
3.12-Error-Raising-and-Handling-Guidelines
3.13-Array-Usage-Guidelines
3.14-Operator-Overloading-Usage-Guidelines
3.15-Guidelines-for-Implementing-Equals-and-the-Equality-Operator (==)
3.16-Guidelines-for-Casting-Types
3.17-Callback-Function-Usage
3.18-Time-Out-Usage
3.19-Security-in-Class-Libraries
3.2-Event-Usages-Guildelines
3.20-Threading-Design-Guidelines
3.21-Guidelines-for-Asynchronous-Programming
3.3-Method-Usage-Guidelines
3.4-Constructor-Usage-Guidelines
3.5-Field-Usage-Guidelines
3.6-Parameter-Usage-Guidelines
3.7-Base-Class-Usage-Guidelines
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3.9-Delegate-Usage-Guidelines
4.1-Implementing-Finalize-and-Dispose-to-Clean-Up-Unmanaged-Resources
4.2-Implementing-a-Dispose-Method
4.3-Implementing-the-Equals-Method

CSharp

Collections-and-Generics-in-C-Sharp
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Covariance-and-Contravariance
Differences-between-Int16-Int32-Int64-in-C-Sharp
Late-binding-in-CSharp
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Private-Constructor-in-C-Sharp
Properties-and-Indexers-in-CSharp
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Serialization-in-DotNet
Types-of-Costructors-in-CSharp
What-is-Constructor-Chaining

DesignPattern

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1.2-Singleton-Pattern
2-Behavioural-Pattern
2.1-Observer-Pattern
2.2-Strategy-Pattern
3-Structural-Pattern
3.1-Adapter-Pattern
3.2-Composite-Pattern
Introduction

Framwork

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Linq

Linq

MVC

Action-Filters-in-MVC

SqlServer

CODD-Rules
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Creating-a-table-from-an-existing-table-and-views
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Indexes-in-sql
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Rules-of-Data-Normalization
Sample-Tables-in-sql
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SQL-Server-User-Defined-Functions-Limitations
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Tsql-Programming
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WCF

Diffrence-between-WCF-and-Web-Services
Features-of-WCF
WCF-bindings
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