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View StringBuilderStream.cs
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Text;
namespace StringBuilderStream
{
public class StringBuilderStream : Stream
{
public StringBuilder stringBuilder { get; private set; }
public Encoding Encoding { get; private set; }
View AesExample.cs
static void Main(string[] args)
{
try
{
const int AesBlockSize = 128;
const CipherMode AesMode = CipherMode.CBC;
const int AesKeySize = 256;
byte[] IV = new byte[] {148, 22, 160, 30, 29, 229, 95, 124, 57, 3, 236, 225, 83, 164, 109, 89};
byte[] key = new byte[] {151, 171, 230, 106, 79, 228, 203, 65, 11, 229, 238, 157, 170, 26, 6, 75, 205, 122, 87, 11, 134, 161, 159, 17, 93, 140, 66, 222, 216, 158, 23, 73 };
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ctigeek / ParallelTaskRunnerExtension.cs
Created Jul 1, 2014
ParallelTaskRunnerExtension - Running tasks in parallel, but limiting the concurrency.
View ParallelTaskRunnerExtension.cs
public static class ParallelTaskRunnerExtension
{
public static void RunTasks(this IEnumerable<Task> tasks, int maxConcurrency, Action<Task> taskComplete = null)
{
if (maxConcurrency <= 0) throw new ArgumentException("maxConcurrency must be more than 0.");
int taskCount = 0;
int nextIndex = 0;
var currentTasks = new Task[maxConcurrency];
foreach (var task in tasks)
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ctigeek / ObservableTaskRunnerExtension.cs
Last active Jan 5, 2017
Run tasks in parallel returned from an IObservable.
View ObservableTaskRunnerExtension.cs
internal class TObservable<T> : IObservable<T>, IDisposable
{
private readonly IObservable<Task<T>> taskObservable;
private IDisposable taskObservableSubscriber;
private IObserver<T> observer;
private readonly int maxConcurrency;
private Task<T>[] currentTasks;
private int taskCount = 0;
private int nextIndex = 0;
View SandboxForRx.cs
private static void GetValueIObservable2()
{
var repo = new AccountRepository();
var accounts = repo.GetAccountWithSubs("123123123");
//create a cold observable from IEnumerable...
var accountObservable = accounts.ToObservable();
//you can filter an IObservable just like an IEnumerable...
//.Where(a => a.AccountNumber.ToString().StartsWith("2"));
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ctigeek / RunSynchronouslyInThreadPool
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Run an Async Task Synchronously in the thread pool. This will not copy any thread context.
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private void button2_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
try
{
//both methods do basically the same thing.
//I recommend the first since it's much simpler.
var body = RunSynchronouslyInAnotherTask(GetBody); // method 1
//var body = RunSynchronouslyInThreadPool(GetBody); // method 2
this.textBox1.Text = body;
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ctigeek / BasicAuthRequest.ps1
Last active Feb 29, 2016
Auth and other headers for making REST Request in powershell...
View BasicAuthRequest.ps1
$base64AuthInfo = [Convert]::ToBase64String([Text.Encoding]::ASCII.GetBytes(("{0}:{1}" -f $username,$password)))
$dict = @{Authorization=("Basic {0}" -f $base64AuthInfo)}
$dict.Add("Accept", "application/json")
$response = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $Url -Method Get -ContentType "application/json" -Headers $dict
$response
View IAsyncObservable.cs
// This works best for cold observables where you want to run Async methods after you subscribe.
// I may incorporate this into my QueryRunner....Not sure.
using System;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
namespace AsyncObservable
{
public interface IAsyncObserver<in T>
{
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ctigeek / EnumerableRepository.cs
Created Oct 23, 2014
Return IEnumerable from a database query....
View EnumerableRepository.cs
//Note: this was pretty much an acedemic exercise... I don't recommend using this pattern. IObservable would be much better suited.
class SomeRepository : IDisposable
{
private const string sql = "select * from sometable;";
private const string connString = @"Data Source=LOCALHOST\SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=sandbox;Integrated Security=SSPI;";
public void Dispose()
{
if (reader != null) reader.Dispose();
if (connection != null) connection.Dispose();
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ctigeek / WebResponseException.cs
Created Oct 24, 2014
An exception that will encapsulate the details of a web call without embedding the specific response object. Using with RestClient.
View WebResponseException.cs
//boy am I looking forward to read-only classes in c# ver6.
public class WebResponseException : Exception
{
public readonly HttpStatusCode StatusCode;
public readonly string RequestUrl;
public readonly string RequestMethod;
public readonly Dictionary<string, string> RequestHeaders;
public readonly Dictionary<string, string> ResponseHeaders;
public readonly string ResponseBody;
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