CSharp - Type Creation Deconstructing Tuples

Introduction

Tuples implicitly support the deconstruction pattern, you can deconstruct a tuple into individual variables.

So, instead of doing this:

var myTuple = ("C#", 23);

string name = myTuple.Item1;
int age = myTuple.Item2;

you can code as follows:

var myTuple = ("C#", 23);

(string name, int age) = myTuple;   // Deconstruct the myTuple tuple into
                                     // separate variables (name and age).
Console.WriteLine (name);
Console.WriteLine (age);

The following code shows the difference between tuple deconstruction and tuple declaring.

(string name, int age)      = myTuple;   // Deconstructing a tuple
(string name, int age) myTuple2 = myTuple;   // Declaring a new tuple

The following code shows how to deconstruct Tuples returned from a method.

Demo

using System;

class MainClass/*from  ww w.  j a v a2s .co  m*/
{
     static (string, int, char) Test() => ( "C#", 23, 'M');

   public static void Main(string[] args)
   {

       var (name, age, sex) = Test();
       Console.WriteLine (name);        // C#
       Console.WriteLine (age);         // 23
       Console.WriteLine (sex);         // M

   }
}

Result