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    Open Delegates vs. Closed Delegates

    .Net supports two kinds of delegates: Open delegates and closed delegates. When you create a delegate that points to an instance method, the instance that you created it from is stored in the delegate’s Target property.  This property is passed as the first parameter to the method that the de......

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 14 2011 2:49PM
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    Open Delegates vs. Closed Delegates

    .Net supports two kinds of delegates: Open delegates and closed delegates. When you create a delegate that points to an instance method, the instance that you created it from is stored in the delegate’s Target property.  This property is passed ...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 14 2011 12:00AM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 3: C# 1.0

    This is part 3 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Last time, we saw that it is impossible to bundle context along with a function pointer in C. In C#, it is possible to fully achieve my standard example.  In order to explain how this works behind the scenes, I wil......

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 13 2011 9:29PM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 3: C# 1.0

    This is part 3 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Last time, we saw that it is impossible to bundle context along with a function pointer in C. In C#, it is possible to fully achieve my standard example.  In order to...

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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 1

    Most languages – with the unfortunate exception of Java – allow functions to be passed around as variables.  C has function pointers, .Net has delegates, and Javascript and most functional programming languages treat functions as first class objects. There is a fundamental difference between C......

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 1 2011 8:21PM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 1

    Most languages – with the unfortunate exception of Java – allow functions to be passed around as variables.  C has function pointers, .Net has delegates, and Javascript and most functional programming languages treat functions as first class objec...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 1 2011 12:00AM
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    Html.ForEach in Razor

    Many people write ForEach extension methods for MVC WebForms views, which take a sequence and a delegate to turn each item in the sequence into HTML. For example: public static void ForEach(this HtmlHelper html, IEnumerable set, Action......

    SLaks  Posted on May 11 2011 2:56AM
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    Creating Markup Actions in Razor

    Razor’s inline helpers allow you to create lambda expression that return markup (as a HelperResult).  However, there is no simple way to create a lambda expression that writes HTML directly to the page (instead of returning it). In ASPX pages, one can simply put the beginning and end of a lamb......

    SLaks  Posted on May 2 2011 6:06PM
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    Dissecting Razor, part 9: Inline Helpers

    In addition to normal and static helpers, Razor supports inline helpers, (also known as templates), which allow you to create lambda expressions that return markup. An inline helper is created by writing @Content as an expression.  This creates a lambda expression that takes a parameter called......

    SLaks  Posted on Apr 29 2011 2:08PM
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