Join Walt Ritscher for an in-depth discussion in this video How to access the sample code on GitHub, part of Ten Tips for the C# Developer.
- [Narrator] The source code for this course is available on GitHub. You'll find it here in our LinkedIn Learning organization at this tips URL. Let's talk a minute about how we use branches in our courses. We typically will do one branch per video. Since this is a tips course, I've named my branches tip 01, tip 02 and so on. I need to clone this to my local computer. So`ll click on the code button, and then click here to copy the URL to the clipboard and then switch to Visual Studio. I'm using Visual Studio 2019.` So the easy way to clone this is to go to the file manual and either choose clone repository, or go to start Window, and then click clone repository. Paste the URL here, choose a local path. I'll leave it at the default and then click clone. In the Solution Explorer you see that I have an empty solution here. So whatta we need do is move off the main branch and switch over to one of the tip branches. So I'll do manage branches, go to remote's origin and choose tip 01, double-click to check out that branch. And now I'll go to Solution Explorer and we can see the code files for this tip. My project is called Tips Console and I've also added a solution folder, here, that has a name reflects the type of tip that we're looking at here. So this is for the try get value for the dictionary class. If I open up to tip 02, double-click here, switch back to Solution Explorer and you'll see that the solution folder name has changed to pattern matching.