Asked • 07/30/19

const correctness in C#?

The point of const-correctness is to be able to provide a view of an instance that can't be altered or deleted by the user. The compiler supports this by pointing out when you break constness from within a const function, or try to use a non-const function of a const object. So without copying the const approach, is there a methodology I can use in C# that has the same ends?

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Rodney B. answered • 07/31/19

Modern Computer Use, Office Applications and Programming

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