Category: LINQ

Example of Anonymous methods in C#

Anonymous methods in C# are like regular methods nut does not contain any name. Anonymous methods are just like regular methods  and uses the delegate keyword and does not need a name , parameter or return type. Example of Anonymous methods in C# Below is a sample code snippet demonstrating the usage of the anonymous types in C#

Example of Anonymous Type Indexes in For Loop in C#

The anonymous type (var) can be used to initialize the indexes in a for loop or the object within the for each loop. Below is a sample code snippet demonstrating the usage of the anonymous types in the For loop . Example of Anonymous Type Indexes in For Loop in C#

Anonymous Types are read-only in C#

If you try to set a value to the anonymous type in C# , you will receive an compiler error . The properties within the anonymous types are read-only properties. Anonymous Types are read-only in C# In the above code snippet , you will receive an compiler error “Error    CS0200    Property or indexer ‘<anonymous type: string FirstName, string Last>.FirstName’ cannot be assigned to — it…

Example of Composite Anonymous Types in C#

The feature of anonymous types can be felt specially when we work with the composite type rather than the simple types. The below example is more like you are defining an inline class without actually having the definition. Example of Composite Anonymous Types in C# Below is an example of the anonymous type in C# that demonstrates the composite anonymous type. Note that you will…

Defining Simple Anoymous Type in C#

To define an anonymous type in C# , we can use the var keyword . The syntax for defining the anonymous type in C# is as follows var <variableName> = <Non-NULL Value> Eg: var WebsiteName = “Abundantcode.com”; In the MSIL , the above code is similar to

Rules for using Anonymous Types in C#

The anonymous types (var) in C# is an interesting feature that the C# developers could use within their .NET application . When using the anonymous type , there are certain criteria or rules that needs to be followed . Rules for using Anonymous Types in C# Below are some of the rules that the developers should be following when using the anonymous type. 1. NULL…

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