Using out parameters was always a bit painful. The biggest drawback is the need to declare variables before they can be used.
Deconstruction is a nice way to consume tuples. It’s a syntax that allows splitting a tuple into variables.
Tuples first appeared in C# with .NET Framework 4.0. They were supposed to be a lightweight alternative for small classes that were created if a method had to return more than one value.
It’s time to sum up all C# 6 features. Here is a list of all goodness with short examples implemented and tested in Visual Studio 2015. nameof String interpolation Null-conditional (?. and ?) and null-coalescing (??) operators Index initializers Extension methods visible in collection initializers Exception filters Auto-property initializers Expression-bodied […]
There were new keywords introduced in C# 5 – async and await. But not everyone knows that they were forbidden in catch and finally blocks. It has been fixed with C# 6 release.