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C# Not Quite Closures

August 15, 2003 Written by Charles Cook

Seen on the ll1-discuss list, a post from Jeroen Frijters:

Erik Meijer wrote:

> I guess that you will like C#'s anonymous methods then.

It's better than Java, but they're still not closures. You can't access ref arguments inside an anonymous method.

This caught my attention because of my entry a few months ago on Closures and C#.