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Discussion on: The Dream of C# 9.0

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Bobby Barjasteh

Can the declarations inside those discriminated unions theoretically be inline functions? I know in your example you're providing the arguments and doing a little logic in the switch, i'm wondering if you could also do that kind of thing in the constructor. Maybe it wouldn't be helpful though. Cool article!

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Matt Eland Author

Possibly. I couldn't find as many examples of working with Discriminated Unions in the feature proposal thread. I went with the switch expressions to try to get the syntax looking as close as F#'s Match expressions as possible while still working with existing C# syntax.