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public delegate void FileDelegate(List<string> str);

public event FileDelegate FilesCompleted;

void upload_Status(object sender, EventArgs e)
			FileUpload fu = sender as FileUpload;
			if (fu.Status == FileUploadStatus.Complete)
				if (uploading)
				if (FilesCompleted != null)
				if (files.Count == files.Count(q => q.Status ==  FileUploadStatus.Complete))		


When i Bulid the program i got below Error message

"Invalid expression term 'string'"

Please Help Me...
Updated 18-Feb-15 23:28pm
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 17-Feb-15 4:53am    
What should files.ToString(string) do?
(It is obviously a syntax error...)
Rnshanmugavadivel 17-Feb-15 5:00am    
This is file upload process..I want to store file info in list..
[no name] 17-Feb-15 5:00am    
First u chk there have any syntax error?? :)
[no name] 17-Feb-15 5:02am    
I think you have copied the line from somewhere without understanding the things that it contains. Any key word that will be used as a parameter/value will throw you the error. Rather follow some coding standards to avoid such errors.
BillWoodruff 17-Feb-15 6:56am    
Without the necessary details how can we help you? What is the "files" collection: a custom Class you wrote (what you show does not match anything I'm familiar with in WinForms). Is this ASP.NET ? or ... ?

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Well yes - string is the type, str is the variable you show.
But it may not work: you don't show the context of the code fragment, and the code as shown won't compile - so str may not exist in the exact context you are coding.

Or, as Bill suggests:
But that is unlikely to work either unless there is a implicit conversion from your file class to a string.

FilesCompleted(files.Select(f => f.Path).ToList());
Assuming it's the file path you are interested in passing to the delegate.
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BillWoodruff 17-Feb-15 7:38am    
Don't you mean .ToList<string> ? Status.Complete is not part of any built-in syntax related to actual files in .NET ... that I could find. I suspect he's using a custom Class.
OriginalGriff 17-Feb-15 7:53am    
Probably along those lines - but I have modified my answer incorporating your inspiration for what is possibly the solution.

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