Use the HAVING keyword to count duplicates in rows of a SQL table
There are times when you want to find out duplicated values in rows of a SQL table. We are going to use the HAVING keyword to list the values that are present more than one time. Let us consider the following table with three columns and three rows:
Use the JsonConverter attribute to parse complex JSON object into a C# class
I was working lately with some complex JSON objects coming from the alphavantage, an API for getting meta information about stocks, currencies and the world economy in general, and had to overcome major issues before being able to deserialize the strings into my C# POCO classes.
Use the Fetch API to download files with their original filename and the proper way to catch server errors
Remove modified files from a Git Pull Request but keep them with their changes on your local branch
The scenario described on the title of the article happens pretty often. You committed files, pushed them to a feature branch and created a new pull request to merge them to master. However, maybe you accidentally pushed modified files, for which work is still in progress and you do not want them on master yet. So now you want to remove specific files from the pull request but keep the changes you made in these files locally. How?