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Tom Gullen Tom Gullen - 6 months ago 25
C# Question

Check Func<T> is not null without calling it

Given the class:

public class Options<T>
protected internal Func<T> GetFromDB { get; set; }

How would I check that the
method itself is not null, without calling the method? If I do:

if (options.GetFromDB() != null)
var r = options.GetFromDB();
... do something

It appears to call code within the passed method twice, once for the null check and one for the actual call with return.


Would this not work?

if (options.GetFromDB != null)