# Sunday, March 13, 2005

I’ve started playing around with Visual Studio 2005 for a small Flickr project I need, and I’m really digging on the new ability to specify different protection levels on get and set accessors. I’ve often found myself needed a public get accessor and a protected or private set accessor. With .NET 2.0 I can have this with writing a separate internal set accessor. Small feature but it’s something I see myself using on a regular basis.

public string MyString

{

           get

           {

                      return "";

           }

           private set

           {

                      string s = value;

           }

}

Also: Generics… Wow! I want my next child to have this feature

 

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