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  • Blog Post: Named and Optional arguments – ties and philosophies

    Okay, my attempt at a clever title failed… Ties and Philosophers? I oughtta stick with technical writing. :) We’re almost done with our chat about named and optional arguments. We’ve covered what the feature is about , and covered overload resolution in more detail . This time I want to do a quick wrap...
  • Blog Post: Named arguments and overload resolution

    Last time we talked about the basics of named arguments, optional arguments, and default values . From here on out, I’m just going to refer to the whole feature group as “named and optional arguments” – it’s just too much typing otherwise (we actually just refer to the feature as N&O internally)...
  • Blog Post: Named arguments, optional arguments, and default values

    C# 4.0 introduces the concept of optional parameter values into the language. Now, this has been a controversial subject in the past, and we have had many requests for the feature, but have traditionally stayed away from it. So, why now? Well, before we get into the philosophy of why we decided to add...
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