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Hi,

I found a return statement that I cannot undertand.


return new EgmEventRaisedCommand()
{ EgmEvent = EGMEventUtils.GetEGMBillStackerEvent(state)
};

where class1 is a class and class2 is another class whose method(Method1) is called.
Can someone Please explain to me what will happen

What I have tried:

I've searched but didn't get any good explanation
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Updated 29-Apr-16 0:38am
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OriginalGriff 29-Apr-16 4:00am    
Show us the exact line of code (and the method header declaration the return is exiting from) - I suspect it doesn't look exactly like the code you show!
Karthik_Mahalingam 29-Apr-16 4:02am    
wrong syntax, post full code.
Member 12492612 29-Apr-16 6:04am    
Ive updated the code. Help me please....

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The exact code is always useful!

The code is pretty simple: it's a basic constructor with a property initialization:
C#
MyClass mc = new MyClass() { MyProperty = "value" };
Is doing the same thing.
It's a "shortcut" way to do this:
C#
MyClass mc = new MyClass();
mc.MyProperty = "value";

In your case, it's the same as writing:
C#
EgmEventRaisedCommand eerc = new EgmEventRaisedCommand();
eerc.EgmEvent = EGMEventUtils.GetEGMBillStackerEvent(state);
return eerc;
 
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Member 12492612 29-Apr-16 8:23am    
Thank u sooo much
OriginalGriff 29-Apr-16 8:27am    
You're welcome!

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