Overload resolution simplification
neal at gafter.com
Sat Aug 10 20:26:24 PDT 2013
On Sat, Aug 10, 2013 at 12:07 AM, Andrey Breslav <
andrey.breslav at jetbrains.com> wrote:
> The case of overloaded method references worries me as well (lambdas are
> ok). Note that C# supports overloaded method references (method groups) as
> arguments and only as arguments.
That is not correct. In C# you can use method groups in many contexts, but
mainly they are useful in contexts that provide some kind of target type.
variable = object.MethodName;
In fact, there is one context where a target type is not even required,
though I'll leave that to you as a puzzle.
C# compiler architect
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