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Alternative to the C# out keyword using Generics, Anonymous methods and Type converters

, 12 Jul 2006
This article will demonstrate an alternative to the C# out parameter for those times when you need to get a value back from a method plus some additional information. I'll show you how generics and anonymous methods can be used together to help you write cleaner resuable code.



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2 - publicly available No 12-Jul-06 0:35 Available Deeksha Shenoy
1 No 8-May-09 5:32 Composing Steve Ward UK


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Steve Ward UK
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I'm a Technical Architect working for a fairly large retail company in the UK. I've been involved in the software industry for over 12 years now and started out writing compiled BASIC under DOS.

My current weapon of choice is C# and have been using it since late 2000 when it was still in Beta.

The last few years I've moved into a more hands off role but code is where it's at and I like to keep in touch with the latest developments by runing my own open source project and writing articles for CodeProject of course!

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