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Delegates usage

Posted By: sankar     Posted Date: September 06, 2008    Points:2   Category :C#
As per my knowledge, Delegate is a pointer to a function.

I have some questions on delegate please any one can help me..........

1) Why would I use a delegate?
2) Can anyone provide a real-world example of when I should use a delegate?
3) An example of a task that can't be done without the use of a delegate?
4) The relationship between Delegates and Events?
5)Is there any alternative to delegates.

I read some of the books but i didn't get what is the exact usage of delegates.

please give me some of the real world scenarios to use delegates.

giving in depth knowledge helps me a lot........................

thanks to all in advance.


Author: Amit Mehra             
Posted Date: September 07, 2008     Points: 5   

you should use a delegate when:

a)An eventing design pattern is used.

b)It is desirable to encapsulate a static method.

c)The caller has no need access other properties, methods, or interfaces on the object implementing the method.

d)Easy composition is desired.

e)A class may need more than one implementation of the method.

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Author: DPK             
Posted Date: September 11, 2008     Points: 5   

can u give more detail pls?

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