#1,172 – Lambda Expressions Often Used with Func and Action

Lambda expressions are quite often used with the Func and Action delegate types.  Func<> accepts zero or more parameters and returns a result.  Action<> accepts zero or more parameters and returns void.

Below are examples of lambda expressions using these delegate types.

            // Function: no parameters, returns int
            Func<int> dayOfYear = () => DateTime.Now.DayOfYear;
            int doy = dayOfYear();

            // Function: 2 parameters, returns string
            Func<int, double, string> intDoubleAdder =
                (int i, double d) =>
                {
                    double result = i + d;
                    return string.Format("Result is {0}", result);
                };
            string answer = intDoubleAdder(5, 4.2);

            // Action: no parameters
            Action todayReporter = () =>
                Console.WriteLine(string.Format("Today is {0}", DateTime.Today.ToLongDateString()));
            todayReporter();

            // Action: 3 parameters
            Action<string,int,double> goofyDel =
                (s, i, d) => Console.WriteLine(string.Format(s,i,d));
            goofyDel("Int is {0}, Double is {1}", 5, 12.2);
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One Response to #1,172 – Lambda Expressions Often Used with Func and Action

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