A common thing you need to do is to take a value, do something with it by passing it to a function, then do something more with the return value, in a chain. Whenever I run into this type of scenario, ...
I've been toying around with Ruby lately and I found myself wondering if in pure object oriented languages (and even those that are not pure) making methods that take only one parameter and then get ...
When using method chaining like: var car = new Car().OfBrand(Brand.Ford).OfModel(12345).PaintedIn(Color.Silver).Create(); there may be two approaches: Reuse the same object, like this: public ...
I frequently use a pattern where I using method chaining to setup an object, similar to a Builder or Prototype pattern, but not creating new objects with each method call, instead modifying the ...