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Pass property name as parameter

By : Albert Chen
Date : July 30 2020, 08:00 PM
I think the issue was by ths following , Addressing the "Pass property name as parameter" request, you could use reflection for that, but I don't think that's a good way to go. Instead, a Func> could be used to select the desired List<> property to evaluate...
code :
public bool Evaluate<TElement>(Func<School, List<TElement>> listSelector)
    where TElement : Person
    School school = DbContext.Schools.FirstOrDefault();
    DateTime today = DateTime.Today;

    return listSelector(school)
        // For example, check if today is the birthday of anyone in the selected list
        .Any(person => person.DateOfBirth.Month == today.Month && person.DateOfBirth.Day == today.Day);
public abstract class Person
    public DateTime DateOfBirth

public class Student : Person

public class Teacher : Person
bool isAnyStudentsBirthday = Evaluate(school => school.Students);
bool isAnyTeachersBirthday = Evaluate(school => school.Teachers);
Func<School, IList<TElement>>
Func<School, ICollection<TElement>>
Func<School, IEnumerable<TElement>>

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Property parameter is pass by value?

By : Thaiden
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue It will make a shallow copy, in other words it will just copy the reference. If you want to make a deep copy (or clone), add the IClonable interface to your class. It will force you to add a new Clone method that implements the exact deep-copying logic

MSBuild how to pass a parameter to set a property value?

By : Dominik Jonik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Assume I have 3 cs projects in a solution and I import this Common.props file in all 3 csproj files. , Start msBuild with /p option to pass argument :
code :
MSBuild.exe /p:Externals="c:\Temp"

Can we pass parameter to C# property?

By : Cherrilyn Ocampo Gal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You could use an indexer which resembles a property...
code :
public Employee this[string department]
        return GetTheValue(department);

var instance = new Whatever();
var employee = instance["Mid Level"]
public Employee GetDepartment(string department)
    return GetTheValue(department);

How to pass property as parameter in C#

By : Nathan Querido
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Suppose I have a class , To get a property, you could probably use a Func:
code :
// I don't know what this method returns so I used "void".
public void ParseData<T>(List<Item> items, Func<Item, T> propertySelector) {
    // as an example, here's how to get the property of the first item in the list
    var firstItemsProperty = propertySelector(items.First());
ParseData(itemList, x => x.Property1) // "Property1" is a property declared in "Item"

How do you pass a property as a parameter

By : exkalybur
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The best way to do this is to take a delegate which returns a property for each object in the collection
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