Friday, 8 July 2016

Logic in getters and setters

  • used to set a (new) value of a property
  • expected to be fast
  • value can be validated (e.g. null check, range check etc...); failed validation CAN throw exception
  • event which publishes information that property's value has been changed can be fired; event handlers are not under publisher's control and they CAN throw exception

  • return value of the property
  • expected to be fast
  • expected to be idempotent (i.e. no destructive actions should be performed there)
  • expected to cause no side effects on the object (no changing values)
  • MUST NOT throw exception (otherwise would break principle of least surprise)
  • use memoisation (lazy computation/evaluation)

Property Design (MSDN)

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