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 15 Feb 2011

Unsafe Code Usage in C#


Unsafe code is present in C# in certain contexts only, called unsafe contexts. The unsafe modifier has to be used in the declaration of the type or member. THE rules for unsafe contexts: Declarations of a delegate, class, interface, or struct can include an unsafe modifier. Declarations of an event, field, finalizer, indexer, instance constructor, method, operator, property, or static constructor can include an unsafe modifier.

Unsafe Code

An unsafe-statementis a way that the programmer can specify an unsafe context within a block:

class-modifier: ... unsafe struct-modifier: ... unsafe interface-modifier: ... unsafe delegate-modifier: ... unsafe field-modifier: ... unsafe method-modifier: ... unsafe property-modifier: ... unsafe event-modifier: ... unsafe indexer-modifier: ... unsafe operator-modifier: ... unsafe constructor-modifier: ... unsafe finalizer-declaration: attributesexternopt unsafe~ identifier ( ) finalizer-body attributes unsafe extern ~ identifier ( ) finalizer-body static-constructor-modifiers: extern unsafe static unsafeexternstatic externstatic unsafe unsafe static extern static externunsafe static unsafeextern embedded-statement: ... unsafe-statement unsafe-statement: unsafe block

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Usage of Unsafe Code in C#

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13.04.2012    Evita

Alakazaam-information found, problem solved, thkans!

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