In this video we’ll look at another language enhancement in C# 3.0 and that is Anonymous Types. You might be familiar with anonymous methods in C# 2.0 which allowed you to create a function without a name … to basically define the body of the function inline to another method call. Anonymous types are similiar … you can think of them as “on the fly classes” … or “un-named classes” … and the key to this is that the compiler “infers” or figures out what the type definition looks like based on the object initializer.
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Duration: 16 Minutes, 0 Seconds
Recorded Using: Visual Studio 2008 (all versions)