Delegates - Delegate declarations
Why learn about delegates?
When learning LINQ, it is important to have a good understanding of delegates in C#. Many of the more powerful capabilities of LINQ make use of delegates.
What is a delegate?
A delegate is simply a reference to a method. Delegates can be stored and passed around in a variable, and hence they must have a type definition:
private delegate int FuncTwoInts(int one, int two);
The line above defines the type
FuncTwoInts type is a reference to a method that takes two
int parameters and returns a single
Declare a new type
SayHello as a delegate that takes a single
string parameter and returns a