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How to use C# delegates to sanitise your codebase

Let’s see why delegates are excellent for decoupling and organising your C# projects!

When working on large software projects, one thing you want to make sure of is that your various systems are properly designed so that they interact in a clever way. In particular, it’s always interesting to aim for high decoupling

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