Object and Collection Initializers - Day 2 - Part 7
Since C# 3.0, a new, shortened syntax used to create an instance of a new class and set its properties (initialization) all in one line of code became popularized. Entire collections can be created and initialized in this manner as well. Since many code examples on MSDN and the Internet at large use this new syntax, and because it is very convenient, Bob demonstrates how to dramatically shorten your code while explaining how to understand object and collection initializers.
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