This is the fourth installment in my series of posts about extension methods. You can find links to the rest of the series here. Today I’m going to talk about extension methods and late binding. Essentially there isn’t much to say about it,
Here is a list of links to posts on this blog that talk about extension methods:
Extension Methods Part 1: An introduction to extension methods Extension Methods Part 2: Rules for consuming extension methods Extension Methods Part 3: Extension methods and byval / byref parameters Extension Methods Part 4: Extension methods and late binding Extension Methods Part 5: Generics and Extension Methods Extension Methods Part 6: Extension Methods Best Practices
In my previous 2 posts I talked about some of the benefits of extension methods and then delved into the details of our new binding rules for consuming them in your programs. Today I’m going to talk about some perils to be aware of when defining extension methods.
In my previous post I gave a high level overview of some of the benefits of using Extension Methods in VB 9.0. Today I’m going to delve into some of the details about how to define extension methods and then use them in your programs.
Hi. I’m Scott Wisniewski, a dev on the VB Compiler Team. I’ve been here for a while now (about a year and a half), but this is my first blog post. I’ve been spending the past seven months or so working on Orcas,
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