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Delegates in C#

A delegate is a type the values of which consist of methods

Delegates allow us to work with variables and parameters that contain methods

A Delegate of simple numeric functions.
Output from the NumericFunction delegate program.
The static method Compose in class Application.
Output from the Compose delegate program.

Delegates make it possible to approach the functional programming style

Methods can be passed as parameters and returned as results to and from other methods

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Finding and sorting elements in an array