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Non blocking writing to console in C#
Write message to console without blocking current thread
The fast and most commonly used method to debug code is for sure using console applications. Since main operations are reading input and writing output, it does not take much to set it up and start debugging your code. One more reason for using console application is to test the performance... read more
Multiple console output in C#
Write console output to file and screen at the same time
Console applications are the simplest one and very convenient when you need to quickly test some functionality. Some time the functionality that you test with console application may take time and since it is test usually it happens that it crashes... read more
Changing service reference configuration in the runtine
Updating service reference without restarting your applcation
Using web services in C# and in general in .NET based applications is really easy. All you need is a service URL and Visual Studio will generate both proxy classes for service communication and configuration for web service endpoints and bindings... read more
PowerConsole extension to System.Console
.NET console extended
Most of developers, at least all the ones I know mostly use Console to test their code as it is the quickest way to do it. Despite unit tests, console is a fastest way to test your code where you can easily output the results. However if you have a lot of text in output you can get lost in results... read more