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c# - Pass parameters to constructor, when initializing a lazy instance

问题描述:

public class myClass

{

public myClass(String InstanceName)

{

Name = InstanceName;

}

public String Name { get; set; }

}

// Now using myClass lazily I have:

Lazy<myClass> myLazy;

Console.WriteLine(myLazy.Value.Name);

My question is how to pass InstanceName to myClass constructor when we are using a lazy instance ?

网友答案:

Try this:

Lazy<myClass> myLazy = new Lazy<myClass>(() => new myClass(InstanceName));

Remember that the expression is evaluated lazily, so if you change the value of the variable InstanceName before the constructor is called it might not do what you expect.

网友答案:

Lazy has two ways to initialize. The first is using T's default ctor (parameterless)

the second is accepting an Func that has customer initialization logic. you should use the second overload as mentioned here

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd642329.aspx

网友答案:

You can't, Lazy<T> requires a parameterless constructor. You could use the Lazy<T>(Func<T>) constructor though, with a method that initializes the class.

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