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      • birbilis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be nice if one could write in C# (and maybe in other .NET languages too):

        s = s.SomeMethodOfS(…)…

        as

        s .= SomeMethodOfS(…)…

        that is to have a .= operator, similar to += and other shorthand experession operators

        see screenshot for an example usecase from the opensource project FoscamController at the URL mentioned above


        Ideally, usage of such operators should lead to compiling – whether is is via JIT (Just in Time) or AOT (Ahead of Time) compilation – into more optimized native code, but I’m not sure if C# compilers are exploting that optimization opportunity.

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