bossman1111 bossman1111 - 1 year ago 167
C# Question

delegate command with function with parameter

ModelRequestCommand = new DelegateCommand(PopulateModelRequest);

has no error and is fine, but I want to pass a parameter (int ProgramID) into populate model request. ProgramID is define by

this.ProgramId = ProgramID;

It gives an error when I try

ModelRequestCommand = new DelegateCommand(PopulateModelRequest(int ProgramID);

how do i go about this?

a button is binding to ModelRequestCommand in WPF

Answer Source

First, the code you wrote was nonsense, you tried to declare a parameter during a function invocation. You then tried to pass the result of that invocation (which should have been void) to a constructor expecting an Action<object> or possibly an Action delegate. You just can't do that.

Second, The ICommand interfaces Execute method (which is really what you are implementing) looks like this:

void Execute(object parameter)

Where parameter is passed via the CommandParameter property on the calling object (ie, a Button). The DelegateCommand object implements this and calls the delegate passed on the constructor with the same arguments (some versions of that class will allow you to pass a simple Action and DelegateCommand ignores parameter for you).

To fix it, either pass ProgramID on CommandParameter and do this:

private void PopulateModelRequest(object parameter)
   int programId = (int)parameter;

or something like

new DelegateCommand(() => PopulateModelRequest(ProgramId));

private void PopulateModelRequest(int programId)

The second is creating a closure over ProgramId, so if you would have access to that field anyways in your method, just use it instead of passing it in.

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