In this article, we will learn about how we can read an API exception in C#.
The WebException class is thrown when an error occurs while accessing the API. It can check the Response property or the Status property of the exception to determine why the request failed.
I am often asked by some people/colleagues, “which loop is faster?” “Which loop has higher performance?” Etc. I have heard that the For loop is faster than the For…each loop but I have never tried it before. So, I decided to see how big the difference is among all the loops and which one is faster at looping through an array and a list in terms of speed and performance.