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QuestionGenerics overload Pin
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I try to create a wrapper for measuring the execution time.
With actions its simple:
public static class StopWatch
{
    public static TimeSpan MeasureAction(Action _action)
    {
        Stopwatch watch = Stopwatch.StartNew();
        _action();
        watch.Stop();
        return watch.Elapsed;
    }
}
Also, common return types are not a problem, I added an extra class for returning the duration plus the "normal" result (.Net 4.5, so the more modern Tuples whose contents have names beyond Item1 etc are not available):
internal class MeasuredExecution<T> : IMeasuredExecution<T>
{
    public MeasuredExecution(TimeSpan _duration, T _result)
    {
        Duration = _duration;
        Result = _result;
    }

    public TimeSpan Duration { get; }
    public T Result { get; }
}

public static class StopWatch<T>
{
    public static IMeasuredExecution<T> MeasureFunction(Func<T> _function)
    {
        Stopwatch watch = Stopwatch.StartNew();
        T result = _function();
        watch.Stop();
        return new MeasuredExecution<T>(watch.Elapsed, result);
    }
}
Now comes the problem I am looking for a better solution: the return value may be an IDisposable. In order to properly use it with a using clause, I need a wrapper exposing the IDisposable interface and calling Dispose on the Result. That wrapper part is easy, but what about the StopWatch? I created another class:
internal class DisposableMeasuredExecution<T> : MeasuredExecution<T>, IDisposableMeasuredExecution<T> where T : IDisposable
{
    public DisposableMeasuredExecution(TimeSpan _duration, T _result)
        : base(_duration, _result) { }


    public void Dispose()
    {
        Result.Dispose();
    }
}

public static class StopWatchD<T> where T : IDisposable
{
    public static IDisposableMeasuredExecution<T> MeasureFunction(Func<T> _function)
    {
        Stopwatch watch = Stopwatch.StartNew();
        T result = _function();
        watch.Stop();
        return new DisposableMeasuredExecution<T>(watch.Elapsed, result);
    }
}
Due to the extra constraint that T must now be an IDisposable, I failed to get that in the previous StopWatch class, even when using a different function name.
That feels like a WTF. Do you have any ideas how to accomplish that?
Oh sanctissimi Wilhelmus, Theodorus, et Fredericus!

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