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TOPIC: Compiler - new ways to declare objects, initialise them, and create collections

Compiler - new ways to declare objects, initialise them, and create collections 2 years 4 months ago #1

  • Phil Hepburn
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Hi Robert, and all guys,

Robert, I have spent much of today working on the new ways you provided in the very recent compiler update, for us to be able to instantiate objects of a class, as well as initialise them easily. The new stuff is really great, it makes coding a lot easier - and cleaner. I like it a lot.

I have added plenty of material to the Appendix X# of my 'ClickStartLINQ' eNotes, and will make this available to others in good time.

Although I have much useful material, and a handful of images is not by any means 'complete', I have added a few attachments just to interest a few guys in the forum, I hope.

Personally, I feel as much in control (at least) as I do with the C# flexible ways of doing these tasks.

Well done Robert and the Team.

Regards,
Phil.











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Compiler - new ways to declare objects, initialise them, and create collections 2 years 4 months ago #2

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Hi all,

Robert we seem to have a link limit of six - so here is the last and seventh attachment ......

Cheers,
Phil.

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Compiler - new ways to declare objects, initialise them, and create collections 2 years 4 months ago #3

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Hi all,

In case you see the can't access message I see ... here is another try at the images .... >>
Cheers,
Phil.

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