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on 11/22/2012 10:27 AM
I was thinking about how nice you have it in some languages where you can do a case statement for types. Thing is, we have a lot of compiler goodness in C# already. By being explicit about the type and using type inference we can have a generic Case statement of a maximum length (depends on how many if else you think are ok to add). I find it pretty sweet to write code like this:<blockquote class="tr_bq"> TypeMatch.Case(exception,   (GnarlyType e) => { HandleGnarly(e); },   (FuncyType e1) => { HandleFunky([...]
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