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C# Behind the scenes – Local Functions

The second “Behind the scenes” article, will be about local function. This is much simple from previous post about yield keyword. In short, local function translated to a method of the class. Example 1

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C# Behind the scenes – `yield`

The first “Behind the scenes” article will be about yield keyword. Lets take for example a very simple code that return numbers 1,2,3: The compiler translates this 4 lines code into an entire class.

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C# Behind the scenes

I see a lot of beginners programmers, but certainly not just beginners, who are not sure how things work in C#. I’m not talking about the CLR but about the language itself. And mostly specific on all sorts of keywords … Continue reading

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Value type methods – call, callvirt, constrained and hidden boxing

Long time ago I wrote a post here on  call vs callvirt and the needed of the this null check. Here I want to wrote about this topic but on value types. Look on these three ToString() calls:

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What is the @ sign before a variable name

You probably saw this at least once Or especially in generated code (like if you let R# to do some rewriting for you) you can see So, what is it? the simple answer is the ‘@’ sign can be added … Continue reading

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