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- 1. What's New In C# 4.0<br />
- 2. Paulo Morgado<br />
- 3. The Evolution Of C#<br />Covariance And Contravariance<br />Named And Optional Arguments<br />Dynamic Programming<br />COM Interop Improvements<br />Agenda<br />
- 4. The Evolution Of C#<br />
- 5. The Evolution Of C#<br />
- 6. Trends<br />
- 7. Dynamic vs. Static<br />
- 8. VB<br /><ul><li>Named Arguments
- 9. Optional Arguments
- 10. Index Properties (COM)
- 11. Lambda Statements
- 12. Auto-Implemented Properties
- 13. Colection Initializers</li></ul>C#<br />C#<br />VB<br />Co-Evolution<br />
- 14. The Evolution Of C#<br />
- 15. The Evolution Of C#<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/12/the-evolution-of-c.aspx<br />Resources<br />
- 16. Covariance And Contravariance<br />
- 17. In multilinear algebra and tensor analysis, covariance and contravariance describe how the quantitative description of certain geometrical or physical entities changes when passing from one coordinate system to another.<br />Wikipedia<br />Covariance And Contravarance<br />
- 18. Type Tis greater than (>) type Sif Sis a subtype of (derives from) T<br />Covariance And Contravarance<br />T≥S<br />typeof(T).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(S))<br />
- 19. Give 2 types Base and Derived, such that:<br />There is a reference (or identity) conversion between Base and Derived<br />Base ≥ Derived<br />A generic type definition Generic<T> is:<br />Covariant in T<br />If Genérico<Base> ≥ Genérico<Derived><br />Contravariant in T<br />If Genérico<Base> ≤ Genérico<Derived><br />Invariant in T<br />If neither of the above apply<br />Covariance And Contravarance<br />
- 20. Contravariante em T<br />Covariante em T<br />typeof(Base).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(Derived))<br />typeof(Base).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(Derived))<br />typeof(G<Derived>).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(G<Base>))<br />typeof(G<Base>).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(G<Derived>))<br />Covariance And Contravarance<br />
- 21. Covariance And Contravarance<br />C# (.NET) arrays are covariant<br />string[] strings = GetStringArray();<br />Process(strings);<br />… but not safely covariant<br />void Process(object[] objects) { … }<br />void Process(object[] objects)<br />{<br /> objects[0] = "Hello"; // Ok<br /> objects[1] = newButton(); // Exception!<br />}<br />
- 22. Covariance And Contravarance<br />Until now, C# (.NET) generics have been invariant<br />List<string> strings = GetStringList();<br />Process(strings);<br />C# 4.0 supports safe covariance and contravariance<br />void Process(IEnumerable<object> objects)<br />{<br />// IEnumerable<T> is read-only and<br />// therefore safely covariant<br />}<br />void Process(IEnumerable<object> objects) { … }<br />
- 23. Safe Covariance<br />out= covariant<br />Output positions only<br />publicinterfaceIEnumerable<T><br />{<br />IEnumerator<T> GetEnumerator();<br />}<br />publicinterfaceIEnumerable<out T><br />{<br />IEnumerator<T> GetEnumerator();<br />}<br />Can be treated as less derived<br />publicinterfaceIEnumerator<T><br />{<br /> T Current { get; }<br />boolMoveNext();<br />}<br />publicinterfaceIEnumerator<out T><br />{<br /> T Current { get; }<br />boolMoveNext();<br />}<br />IEnumerable<string> strings = GetStrings();<br />IEnumerable<object> objects = strings;<br />
- 24. Safe Contravariance<br />in= contravariantInput positions only<br />Can be treated as more derived<br />publicinterfaceIComparer<T><br />{<br />int Compare(T x, T y);<br />}<br />publicinterfaceIComparer<in T><br />{<br />int Compare(T x, T y);<br />}<br />IComparer<object> objComp = GetComparer();<br />IComparer<string> strComp = objComp;<br />
- 25. Supported for generic interface and delegate types only.<br />Verified/enforced staticaliy in the definition.<br />Value types are always invariant<br />IEnumerable<int> is not IEnumerable<object><br />Similar to existing rules for arrays<br />ref and out parameters need invariant types<br />Variance In C# 4.o<br />
- 26. Variance In .NET 4.0<br />
- 27. Covariance And Contravariance In Generics<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/13/c-4-0-covariance-and-contravariance-in-generics.aspx<br />Covariance And Contravariance In Generics Made Easy<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/15/c-4-0-covariance-and-contravariance-in-generics-made-easy.aspx<br />Covarince and Contravariance in Generics<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dd799517(VS.100).aspx<br />Exact rules for variance validity<br />http://blogs.msdn.com/ericlippert/archive/2009/12/03/exact-rules-for-variância-validity.aspx<br />Events get a little overhaul in C# 4, Afterward: Effective Events<br />http://blogs.msdn.com/cburrows/archive/2010/03/30/events-get-a-little-overhaul-in-c-4-afterward-effective-events.aspx<br />Resources<br />
- 28. Named And Optional Arguments<br />
- 29. Named And Optional Arguments<br />Greeting("Mr.", "Morgado", 42);<br />Parameters<br />Arguments<br />public void Greeting(string title, string name, intage)<br />They always have names<br />They are never optional<br />
- 30. Named Arguments<br />int i = 0;<br />Method(i, third: i++, second: ++i);<br />int i = 0;<br />int CS$0$0000 = i++;<br />int CS$0$0001 = ++i;<br />Method(i, CS$0$0001, CS$0$0000); <br />public void Method(intfirst, intsecond, intthird)<br />
- 31. Optional Arguments<br />int i = 0;<br />Method(i, third: ++i);<br />int i = 0;<br />int CS$0$0000 = ++i;<br />Method(i, 2, CS$0$0000); <br />public void Method(intfirst, intsecond = 5, intthird = 6) <br />public void Method(intfirst, intsecond = 2, intthird = 3) <br />public void Method(intfirst, intsecond) <br />They look like overloads.<br />But they aren’t!<br />public void Method(intfirst) <br />
- 32. Argument Classes<br />Optional Arguments - Alternative<br />XmlReaderSettings settings = newXmlReaderSettings();<br />settings.ValidationType = ValidationType.Auto;<br />XmlReader.Create("file.xml", settings);<br />XmlReader.Create(<br />"file.xml",<br />new { ValidationType = ValidationType.Auto });<br />XmlReader.Create(<br />"file.xml",<br />newXmlReaderSettings { ValidationType = ValidationType.Auto });<br />Not yet!<br />
- 33. C# 4.0: Named And Optional Arguments<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/16/c-4-0-named-and-optional-arguments.aspx<br />C# 4.0: Alternative To Optional Arguments<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/18/c-4-0-alternative-to-optional-arguments.aspx<br />Named and Optional Arguments (C# Programming Guide)<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dd264739(VS.100).aspx<br />Resources<br />
- 34. Dynamic Programming<br />
- 35. Dynamic Language Runtime<br />IronPython<br />IronRuby<br />C#<br />VB.NET<br />Others…<br />Dynamic Language Runtime<br />Expression Trees<br />Dynamic Dispatch<br />Call Site Caching<br />PythonBinder<br />RubyBinder<br />COMBinder<br />JavaScriptBinder<br />ObjectBinder<br />
- 36. Objectos Tipados Dinâmicamente<br />Calculatorcalculator = GetCalculator();<br />int sum = calc.Add(10, 20);<br />object calculator = GetCalculator();<br />Type calculatorType = calculator.GetType();<br />object res = calculatorType.InvokeMember("Add",<br />BindingFlags.InvokeMethod, null,<br /> calculator, newobject[] { 10, 20 });<br />int sum = Convert.ToInt32(res);<br />ScriptObject calculator = GetCalculator();<br />object res = calculator.Invoke("Add", 10, 20);<br />int sum = Convert.ToInt32(res);<br />Statically typed to be dynamic<br />dynamic calc = GetCalculator();<br />int sum = calc.Add(10, 20);<br />Dynamic method invocation<br />Dynamic conversion<br />
- 37. Dynamically Typed Objects<br />Compile-time typedynamic<br />Run-time typeSystem.Int32<br />dynamic x = 1;<br />dynamic y = "Hello";<br />dynamic z = newList<int> { 1, 2, 3 };<br />When operand(s) are dynamic:<br /><ul><li>Member selection deferred to run-time
- 38. At run-time, actual type(s) substituted for dynamic
- 39. Static result type of operation is dynamic</li></li></ul><li>Dynamically Typed Objects<br />public static class Math<br />{<br /> publicstaticdecimal Abs(decimal value);<br /> publicstaticdouble Abs(double value);<br /> publicstaticfloat Abs(float value);<br /> publicstaticint Abs(int value);<br /> publicstaticlong Abs(long value);<br /> publicstaticsbyte Abs(sbyte value);<br /> publicstaticshort Abs(short value);<br /> ...<br />}<br />Method chosen at compile-time:double Abs(double x)<br />double x = 1.75;<br />double y = Math.Abs(x);<br />Method chosen at<br />run-time:double Abs(double x)<br />dynamic x = 1.75;<br />dynamic y = Math.Abs(x);<br />Method chosen at<br />run-time:int Abs(int x)<br />dynamic x = 2;<br />dynamic y = Math.Abs(x);<br />
- 40. IDynamicMetaObjectProvider<br />Represents a dynamic object that can have operations determined at run-time.<br />DynamicObject : IDynamicMetaObjectProvider<br />Enables you to define which operations can be performed on dynamic objects and how to perform those operations.<br />ExpandoObject : IDynamicMetaObjectProvider<br />Enables you to add and delete members of its instances at run time and also to set and get values of these members.<br />Building Dynamic Objects<br />
- 41. Dynamic Programming<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/18/c-4-0-dynamic-programming.aspx<br />C# Proposal: Compile Time Static Checking Of Dynamic Objects<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/03/19/c-proposal-compile-time-static-checking-of-dynamic-objects.aspx<br />Using Type dynamic (C# Programming Guide)<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dd264736(VS.100).aspx<br />Dynamic Language Runtime Overview<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dd233052(v=VS.100).aspx<br />Resources<br />
- 42. COM Interop Improvements<br />
- 43. Named and optional arguments<br />Ommiting ref<br />Dynamic Import<br />Automatic mapping object -> dynamic<br />Indexed properties<br />Type Equivalence And Type Embedding (“NO PIA”)<br />COM Interop Improvements<br />
- 44. Ommiting ref<br />objectfileName = "Test.docx";<br />object missing = Missing.Value;<br />document.SaveAs(reffileName,<br />ref missing, ref missing, ref missing,<br />ref missing, ref missing, ref missing,<br />ref missing, ref missing, ref missing,<br />ref missing, ref missing, ref missing,<br />ref missing, ref missing, ref missing);<br />document.SaveAs("Test.docx",<br />Missing.Value, Missing.Value, Missing.Value,<br />Missing.Value, Missing.Value, Missing.Value,<br />Missing.Value, Missing.Value, Missing.Value,<br />Missing.Value, Missing.Value, Missing.Value,<br />Missing.Value, Missing.Value, Missing.Value);<br />document.SaveAs("Test.docx");<br />
- 45. Dynamic Import<br />((Excel.Range)(excel.Cells[1, 1])).Value2 = "Hello World!";<br />excel.Cells[1, 1] = "Hello World!"; <br />Excel.Range range = (Excel.Range)(excel.Cells[1, 1]); <br />Excel.Rangerange = excel.Cells[1, 1]; <br />
- 46. Type Equivalence And Type Embedding (NO PIA)<br />
- 47. COM Interop Improvements<br />http://paulomorgado.net/en/blog/archive/2010/04/19/c-4-0-com-interop-improvements.aspx<br />Type Equivalence and Embedded InteropTypes<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dd997297.aspx<br />Resources<br />
- 48. Demos<br />
- 49.
- 50. Conclusion<br />
- 51. The Evolution Of C#<br />Covariance And Contravariance<br />Named And Optional Arguments<br />Dynamic Programming<br />COM Interop Improvements<br />Conclusion<br />
- 52. Visual C# Developer Center<br />http://csharp.net/<br />Visual C# 2010 Samples<br />http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/cs2010samples<br />C# Language Specification 4.0<br />http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=DFBF523C-F98C-4804-AFBD-459E846B268E&displaylang=en<br />Resources<br />
- 53. .NET Reflector<br />http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/<br />LINQPad<br />http://linqpad.net/<br />Paulo Morgado<br />http://PauloMorgado.NET/<br />Resources<br />
- 54. Thank You!<br />

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