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User requirements: Simple and easy to use validation libraries - it should be possible to 'dot' every variable, property, method and function and validate it (pre- and postcondition) with a single line of code. Required Platform: .NET 3.5 Required Libraries: Microsoft.CSharp In this article I want to show you how to use CuttingEdge.Conditions in your.NET 3.5 code base in order to validate pre- and postconditions. I want to do this in a very simple way, for your convenience. I will show you how to do this by using static methods and properties. How to Validate Pre- and Postconditions: First we define a ValidationMethod as a static method with the static keyword: Validation.Validate(boolean condition, string preCondition, string postCondition) Let's say we want to validate the condition of our boolean value which we passed to the method. We can use the following method: 1 2 Validation.Validate(true, "", "bool val is true"); if we want to validate the precondition of our boolean value, we could use: 1 2 Validation.Validate(true, "", "bool val is true"); if we want to validate the postcondition of our boolean value, we could use: 1 2 Validation.Validate(true, "", "bool val is false"); How to use it: It is very simple to use CuttingEdge.Conditions. We just have to instantiate an instance of our CuttingEdge.Conditions class and use the Validate(ValidationMethod validationMethod) method to validate any variable. Let's say we want to validate the value of a boolean variable and we want to do this in a very readable way. We can do this using the following code: 1 2 3 Validation.Validate(true, "", ""); 4 Validation.Validate(false, "", ""); 5 6 Validation.Validate("", "", ""); In the first line of the above code you are instantiating an instance of the CuttingEdge.Conditions class. In the second line you are calling the static

 

 

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