Delegate c# là gì

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Take advantage of delegates khổng lồ promote flexibility in your designs and implement event-driven programming with ease


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A delegate is a type-safe function pointer that can reference a method that has the same signature as that of the delegate. You can take advantage of delegates in C# to lớn implement events and call-baông xã methods. A multicast delegate is one that can point lớn one or more methods that have sầu identical signatures.

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Understanding delegates in C#

In essence, a delegate holds a reference khổng lồ a method và also to lớn the target object on which the method should be called. Delegates in C# are similar lớn function pointers in C++, but C# delegates are type safe. You can pass methods as parameters lớn a delegate khổng lồ allow the delegate to point khổng lồ the method. Delegates are used khổng lồ define callback methods and implement event handling, and they are declared using the “delegate” từ khóa. You can declare a delegate that can appear on its own or even nested inside a class.

There are three steps in using delegates. These include declaration, instantiation, and invocation. 


The signature of a delegate looks lượt thích this:

delegate result-type identifier ()The following statement shows how you can declare a delegate.

public delegate void MyDelegate(string text);As you can see in the above sầu statement, the delegate name is “MyDelegate,” it has a return type of “void,” và it accepts a string object as an argument. This implies that the delegate MyDelegate can point to lớn a method that has an identical signature. This is just a declaration though — you must instantiate a delegate before you can use it. The statement given next shows how you can instantiate the delegate declared above.

MyDelegate d = new MyDelegate(ShowText);Once you have sầu declared & instantiated the delegate, you can invoke the method that the delegate points to easily.


d("Hello World...");Here, d is the delegate instance

You can also invoke the method that the delegate instance points to lớn using the Invoke() method on the delegate instance as shown below.

d.Invoke("Hello World...");If you have a method that accepts two numbers và you want to lớn add them and return the sum of the two numbers, you can use a delegate lớn store the return value of the method as shown in the code snippet given below.

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int result = d(12, 15);Here is the complete code listing for your reference.

using System;namespace Delegates public delegate int MyDelegate(int x, int y); class Program static int Sum(int x, int y) return x + y; static void Main() MyDelegate d = new MyDelegate(Sum); int result = d.Invoke(12, 15); Console.WriteLine(result); Console.ReadLine();  

Delegates in action in C#

Here is the complete code listing.

using System;namespace Delegates public delegate void MyDelegate(string text); class Program public static void ShowText(string text) Console.WriteLine(text); static void Main() MyDelegate d = new MyDelegate(ShowText); d("Hello World..."); Console.ReadLine(); chú ý that you can assign multiple objects khổng lồ a delegate instance using the + operator, which makes the delegate a multicasting delegate. You can also combine delegate instances using the static method Combine.

The runtime maintains a list (also called Invocation list) internally to exeđáng yêu multiple methods. The following code listing shows how you can use the Combine() method to lớn combine multiple delegate instances.

myDelegate d1 = new myDelegate(Method1);myDelegate d2 = new myDelegate(Method2);myDelegate multicastDelegate = (myDelegate)Delegate.Combine(d1, d2);multicastDelegate.Invoke();A delegate that can point to multiple methods is known as a multicast delegate. chú ý that delegate instances are immutable. So, when you combine delegates or subtract one delegate instance from the menu, a new delegate instance is created lớn represent the updated or new menu of the targets or methods lớn be invoked.

Multicast delegates in action in C#

The following code listing illustrates a multicast delegate. Note the usage of the delegate instance: Here we have sầu used the += operator khổng lồ assign the delegate to lớn multiple methods that have sầu identical signatures.

using System;namespace Delegates public delegate void MyDelegate(); class Program public static void Method1() Console.WriteLine("Inside Method1..."); public static void Method2() Console.WriteLine("Inside Method2..."); static void Main() MyDelegate d = null; d += Method1; d += Method2; d.Invoke(); Console.ReadLine(); Delegates are ideally suited khổng lồ implementing sự kiện driven programming. A delegate doesn’t need khổng lồ know the class of the object to which it refers. All it needs to lớn know is the signature of the method to lớn which it would point. Proper usage of delegates can promote reusability in your code và flexibility in your designs. You can refer khổng lồ Microsoft’s online documentation for more information on delegates.