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.NET - Nice to have

In C# la crearea unui obiect putem sa inițializam propietatiile acestuia prin următoarea sintaxa:

Engine engine=new Engine(…)
{
Power = 101,
Type = “ES12RW120TDI”
};
Am simtit uneori nevoie sa pot face acelasi lucre si cu un obiect deja creat. Exista locuri cand obiectul este initalizat de un factory sau deja exista, si trebuie sa schimbam valoarea unor proprietati. Mi-ar placea sa pot face urmatorul lucru:
Engine engine = InitEngine(…)
{
Power = 101,
Type = “ES12RW120TDI”
};
sau
use (engine)
{
Power = 101,
Type = “ES12RW120TDI”
};
In loc de
engine.Power = 101;
engine.Type = “ES12RW120TDI”;
Nu cred ca o sa vad vreodată acest feature si nici din punct de vedere a unui limbaj de programare sintaxa nu este tocmai corecta, dar ar fi nice to have, uneori ne-ar putea usura putin codul.

Comments

  1. Treci la VB http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/wc500chb.aspx :-D

    Ce as fi vrut eu la chestia asta este sa poti sa bagi si eventuri acolo. E aiurea un cod care arata asa:
    var x=new X {
    A='a',
    B='b'
    };
    x.E+=e;
    x.F+=f;

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  2. Exact - in VB(.Net) exista dintotdeauna asa ceva, dar e mai mult un sintactic sugar care face codul sa arate ciudat..

    In 3 ani de zile de folosit VB am evitat with in general - in primul rand fiindca with in VB permitea cod arbitrar in interior, si se ajungea la carnatzi de 50 de linii in care nu mai stiai de ce obiect tine un property, de genul:
    With alertLabel
    If value = 0 Then
    .ForeColor = draw.Color.Red
    .Font = New draw.Font(.Font, draw.FontStyle.Bold Or draw.FontStyle.Italic)
    Else
    .Forecolor = draw.Color.Black
    .Font = New draw.Font(.Font, draw.FontStyle.Regular)
    End If
    End With

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