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Passing delegate from another class

Posted on 2007-03-19
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Hello Experts
I need help figuring out how to pass the delegate from another class. I have code that looks something like this:


Class1
{
public delegate void test(string)

Method1()
{
test delTest=new test(Method2)
class2.method(delTest)
}

BOOL Method 2(string)
{
blah...
}

}

Class2 // Independent stand alone class
{
  Method(NOT SURE HOW TO receive delegate from Class1 here)
  {
  If (PASSED DELEGATE==true)
     do something
  }
}

Also, if the method my delegate is pointing to is a BOOL type... Do I need to make my delegate a BOOL type instead of Void as well ? I would appreciate any comments/suggestions as I'm new and learning.
Thank you.
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by:Gautham Janardhan
Gautham Janardhan earned 200 total points
ID: 18754286
Method(delegate Test)
  {
  If (Test("value") ==true)
     do something
  }
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by:Gautham Janardhan
ID: 18754306
     public class Class2
      {
            public delegate bool FDelegate (string Test);
            public Class2()
            {
                  FDelegate Fnew = new FDelegate(Target);
                  Class3.CallMe(Fnew,this);
            }
            bool Target(string Test)
            {
                  return true;
                  
            }
            
      }
      public class Class3
      {
            public static void CallMe(Delegate FTemp,Class2 FObj)
            {
                  if( (bool)FTemp.Method.Invoke(FObj,new string[]{""}))
                  {
                        Console.WriteLine(true);
                  }
            }                                    
      }
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by:compulaw
ID: 18754350
Class2 ( well Class3 in gauthammpj's example ) is a separate class and it doesn't see "Delegate FTemp" from the first class. Do I need to reinitialize the delegate in the second class ?
Could you explain this line " public static void CallMe(Delegate FTemp,Class2 FObj)" a little bit more please ?
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by:Gautham Janardhan
ID: 18754364
CallMe(Delegate FTemp,Class2 FObj)

Delegate is a struct in the .net Frame work. this will be the base object of ur deleagate .. u need to pass the object of class 2 to class 3 because then only u can invoke the method containied in the delegate that u are passing thru.

<it doesn't see "Delegate FTemp"> ?
what d'u mena by this

and

<reinitialize the delegate in the second class >
No

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by:andrewjb
ID: 18754874
Try this:

  public delegate bool MyDelegate( int a , string b );

  public class ClassA
  {
    public void Do()
    {
      ClassB b = new ClassB();

      b.ProcessDelegate( new MyDelegate( IWillBeCalled ) );

      // Alternative, shorthand way to call
      b.ProcessDelegate( IWillBeCalled );
    }

    private bool IWillBeCalled( int x , string toTest )
    {
      return ( x == 10 ) && ( toTest.Length > 2 );
    }
  }

  public class ClassB
  {
    public void ProcessDelegate( MyDelegate d )
    {
      if ( d( 10 , "Hello there" ) )
      {
        Console.WriteLine( "It's true!" );
      }
    }
  }



and, gauthampi, a Delegate is a class, not a struct.
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by:Gautham Janardhan
ID: 18754931
sorry :-)
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by:compulaw
ID: 18757232
Thank you for another example but the same problem remains.
The error message comes up in Class B " The type or namespace name 'MyDelegate' ( or 'Delegate' in gauthampj's example ) could not be found ( you are missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

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by:andrewjb
ID: 18757303
Not if you've copied exactly what I posted, and put both ClassA and ClassB in the same namespace it doesn't :-)
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by:compulaw
ID: 18757871
Very confused :-/
Here guys, i'll paste the actual code.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.IO;
using System.Collections;

namespace importer
{
    class Program
    {
        public delegate bool asciiRecordSender(string asciiRecord);
       
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
           
            string asciiRecord;

            readconifg.readconfig();

            recordprocessor asciiProcessor = new recordprocessor(readconifg.FilePath);
            asciiRecord=asciiProcessor.recordProcessor(); // gets the asciiRecord for processing


            asciiRecordSender recordSender = new asciiRecordSender(ProcessAsciiRecord); //delegate

            recordprocessor asciiReader = new recordprocessor(readconifg.FilePath);
            asciiReader.Execute(recordSender,asciiRecord); //delegate


     
        }

        static bool ProcessAsciiRecord(string asciiRecord)
        {

           
            List<string> tempList= new List<string>();
            string[] dummy = new string[1] { "" };
           

            tempList = new List<string>();
            tempList.AddRange(splitter.splitting(asciiRecord, "\"", ","));
            if (tempList.Count != 9)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("ERROR,ERROR,ERROR,ERROR,ERROR!");
               
            }

            Console.WriteLine("Line Added");
            for (int i = 0; i < tempList.Count; i++)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(tempList[i]);
            }

           
        }//end of bool Processing AsciiRecord method


SECOND CLASS:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.IO;
using System.Collections;

namespace importer
{
    class recordprocessor
    {
        StreamReader m_reader = null;
        int m_count = 0;
        string error;


        public recordprocessor(string dbFilePath)
        {
                m_reader = new StreamReader(dbFilePath);
        }//end of recordprocessor constructor


        public void Execute( asciiRecordSender recordSender,string asciiRecord)  /* THIS IS WHERE THE ERROR COMES UP saying that asciiRecordSender could not be found) */
        {
            if (recordSender(asciiRecord) == true)
            {
                while ((record = m_reader.ReadLine()) != null)
                {

                    // Do something with the ascii record.

                }//end of while loop
            }// end of if statement
        }//end of void Execute


        public string recordProcessor()
        {
            string record;
            while ((record=m_reader.ReadLine()) != null)
            {
                return record;
               
            }//end of while, adding to the ArrayList
       }//end of recordProcessor method



    }//end of class
}
Whats wrong with this code and passing the delegate ?
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by:andrewjb
ID: 18757913
Move your delegate definition outside of the 'Program' class. Just put it directly into the namespace.
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andrewjb earned 300 total points
ID: 18757919
i.e...

namespace importer
{
    class Program
    {
        public delegate bool asciiRecordSender(string asciiRecord);
        ....      

becomes

namespace importer
{
    public delegate bool asciiRecordSender(string asciiRecord);

    class Program
    {
       ...
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by:compulaw
ID: 18758226
Ahhhhhh... Thank you :)
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