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QuestionRegarding a line in code Pin
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Richard Deeming6-Dec-22 1:08
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BillWoodruff wrote:
var mystudent = new Student();
On a similar note, from C# 9 onwards, the compiler can often infer the type on the right-hand side from the declaration:
Target-typed new expressions - C# 9.0 draft specifications | Microsoft Learn[^]
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Student student = new();
That works in more places than var (eg: fields), and can reduce the amount of typing even further; for example, compare:
C#
var students = new List<Student>
{
    new Student { ... },
    new Student { ... },
};
to:
C#
List<Student> students = new()
{
    new() { ... },
    new() { ... },
};

However, I suspect the use of var and target-typed new might currently be a few lessons further down the line for the OP. Smile | :)



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