November 8, 2009

TryParse Shorthand

Filed under: Uncategorized — rqmedes @ 4:48 am

Because A property, indexer or dynamic member access may not be passed as an out or ref parameter TryParse can be annoying.
Here is the syntax I use to make it simpler.

int i;
Id = int.TryParse(“10”,out i) ? i : 0;


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