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I know this code will work in Java, but not in c#, its telling me "method name expected", how do you do it in c#?
        public LocalSearchCriteria()
        {
            extensions = new ArrayList();
        }

        public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString)
        {
            this();
            setSearchString(searchString);
        }

        public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString, string[] extensions)
        {
            this(searchString);
            for (int x = 0; x < extensions.Length; x++)
            {
                addExtension(extensions[x]);
            }
        }

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public LocalSearchCriteria()
{
extensions = new ArrayList();
}

public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString):this()
{
setSearchString(searchString);
}

public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString, string[] extensions)
{
this(searchString);
for (int x = 0; x < extensions.Length; x++)
{
addExtension(extensions[x]);
}
}

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public LocalSearchCriteria()
{
extensions = new ArrayList();
}

public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString) : this()
{
setSearchString(searchString);
}

public LocalSearchCriteria(string searchString, string[] extensions) : this(searchString)
{
for (int x = 0; x < extensions.Length; x++)
{
addExtension(extensions[x]);
}
}


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Quote:
Original post by Nodger

// ...
setSearchString(searchString);
// ...

It's worth noting that C# has properties. You can write:

public class LocalSearchCriteria()
{
// ...

private string searchText;

// ...

public string SearchText
{
get { return this.searchText; }
set { this.searchText = value; }
}

// ...
}


Now instead of Java's clunky [get|set]Property() syntax, you can use:

this.SearchText = mySearchString;

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