Posts Tagged ‘Implicit’

Refactorings for implicitly-typed local variables

September 27th, 2011 4 comments

Implicitly-typed local variables are variables declared without specifying the type explicitly. The type of such variables is being inferred from the expression that is used to initialize the variable at the time the code is compiled. Implicitly-typed variables are really useful for LINQ that creates anonymous types in queries, and for which you want to assign variables. However, implicitly-typed locals can be used with any variable declaration to enhance the readability, for example:

Refactor! Implicit variable sample

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