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QuestionWhat's the most easy-to-read way of initializing a string-int-pair array? Pin
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Richard Deeming wrote:
Tricky with an array, but for a List<T> you can use an extension method:
Not really tricky: Couldn't you just add .ToArray() on the end?

But, I admit that I concur with the original questioner. There have been many times when I would have liked to have used exactly the same syntax as suggested in the question. There is no doubt that the current method is clunky. As was stated, even plain C has been able to do it for donkey's years. It would also be nice to have initialiser expressions in assignments and as function parameters as well as in initialisations without explicit new type at the beginning.
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