Call compositedelegate by position

Consider following code:
delegate int MyDelegate();
MyDelegate d1=new MyDelegate(M1);
MyDelegate d2=new MyDelegate(M2);
MyDelegate d3=new MyDelegate(M3);
MyDelegate compDelegate=d1+d2+d3;

public void delegateCall(MyDelegate myCompDelegate, int Position){
//call the method by position
}

If I call delegate(compDelegate,2), meaning I want the second method to be called, in our case, d2.

How to do this?
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Huh?  What are you trying to achieve here?

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william007Author Commented:
Hi, I got the answer, actually I can use MyDelegate[] myDelegates as argument, hence call by index just access the array by index.
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william007Author Commented:
I would request to PAQ this question, since it is self answered :)
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