127 packages returned for Tags:"Argument"

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Guard and Validator library. Example: Guard.That(arg1).IsNotNull().GreaterThan(100); Throws an exception if conditions are not met. Supports the ability to get a list of the failed conditions.
.NET Core 2.0 & Standard 2.0 port of A simple guard clause project helping you with validation and uniformed exception throwing when validating arguments.
docopt.net is the .net version of the docopt python beautiful command line parser. docopt.net helps you define an interface for your command-line app, and automatically generate a parser for it. docopt.net is based on conventions that have been used for decades in help messages and man pages for... More information
Argument validation methods, for example: this.user = Argument.NotNull("user", user). Less fancy than approaches based on lambdas/anonymous classes, but less scary performance-wise (given that argument checks are often all over the place). Annotations: C# 8 nullable reference types, ReSharper,... More information
The ultimate .NET command line parser - PowerArgs converts command line arguments into .NET objects that are easy to program against. It also provides a ton of additional, optional capabilities that you can try such as argument validation, auto generated usage documentation, tab completion, Entity... More information
A simple guard library for validating method parameters without being a complete validation library. This library makes it easy to validate method arguments in a uniform way.