I don't have something smart to say regarding XML encryption,
But i want to mention something else regarding XML Serialization.
when you are using the XmlSerializer in order to serialize XML it create temporary dll that contain the serialization logic code.
In my experience i saw that it is better to use a pre compiled serialization logic code in two dimension
you can create pre compiled serialization logic code by using the sgen.exe tool
Now I want to take this information into DataTable by dynamically adding columns and rows to DataTable. Means in the 1st column, name of the labels and in the 2nd column,Labels's Text field. Plz give me the idea about it.
I m working on .net 1.1 + c#
Is the "double" type is faster than "float" type in .Net when using them in loops?
I sensed in my experience that it is true. somebody has any idea about it?
and why it must be true?
double and float have different precisions. Performance is not something I've ever taken into consideration when deciding to use one over the other.
I'm guessing that if you've seen double as being faster it is probably because the processor's native floating point representation is a double and floats (although they save memory) will be slower as a result because the processor converts them internally to doubles, processes it then converts it back. But, that is just my guess.