More on delegates, lambda expressions, and “closures”…

If there is one downside to Twitter, is it’s tough to find tweets that have passed. When I finished up work today, I was behind by around ~80 tweets from the people I follow. In those cases, I scroll up slowly looking for something interesting, clicking on links, until I’m caught up again. Meanwhile, from all the links I clicked, I have a browser with several tabs open. Later on, when I discover one of those links was useful, I can’t find the original tweet of it. Thus is the case here. SOMEone tweeted about what "closures" are in C#.
Here is a good blog post that explains a bit more on closures, delegates, and lambda expressions, if interested:
Posted in .NET 4.0, Uncategorized

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