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Create Delegates from .NET Object Methods

The following C# class defines the methods AddEggs and AddFlour, which have signatures matching the delInteger delegate:

 C# Recipe Source File

Build the Recipe assembly, and then load it and create a delegate myFunc using AddEggs as the callback:

NET.addAssembly(dllPath);
NET.addAssembly('c:\work\Recipe.dll');
myRec = Recipe.MyClass;
myFunc = NetDocDelegate.delInteger(@myRec.AddEggs);
myFunc(2)
ans = 
Add 2 eggs

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