Have a quick sneak peek at the future of C#.
Do you know all the features available in the current latest release of C# 7?
Do you know all the potential features who might make it into C# 7.3, C# 8 and beyond?
At the .NET Cambridge community, I introduced all the C# 7 features and quickly introduced all the potentially upcoming features in the future versions of the language.
Here I share all the slides I used during my presentation.
C# 7.0 up to C# 7.2 introduced the following features:
- Inline Out Variable
- Pattern Matching in Is Expression
- Pattern Matching in Switch Statement
- Local Functions
- Throw Expressions
- Binary Literals and Digit Separators
- Expression bodied members
- Ref returns and locals
- Async Main
- Default expressions
- In Parameters
- Ref readonly
- Readonly struct
- Ref struct
- Private Protected access modifier
- Non-Trailing named arguments
What's baking for the future of C#?
- Ref local assignment expression
- Ref this for extension methods
- by value vs `in` overload tiebreaker
- Attributes on auto-implemented properties
- New generic constraints
- Operators == and != for Tuples
- IEnumerable<T> in params
- Target typed stackalloc initializers
- Utf8 string literal
- Nullable References
- Slicing with Ranges
- Native Number Types
- Fixed sized buffers
- Negation of if/while condition
- Extension everything
- Async Enumerable and Async Dispose
- Query foreach
- Null-conditional await
- Null-coalescing assignments
- Default implementation in interfaces
- Dictionary literals
- Constant patterns
- is not pattern?
- Methods in Enums
- Implicitly scoped using statement
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