69 packages returned for Tags:"arguments"

Thrower - Compact preconditions helpers
Fully managed library providing convenience methods to perform argument checks. Thrower allows to write preconditions in a pretty lean way, which reduces the clutter at the beginning of each method by removing the need to use the cumbersome 'if true then throw ex' required to validate parameters.... More information
Why, it's lighter than air! The aim of LiteGuard is to be the most simple, unambiguous and lightweight guard clause library available. Supported platforms: .NET Standard 1.0 onwards. This is the LiteGuard binary package. Also available as a source code package (LiteGuard.Source). If your project... More information
Why, it's lighter than air! The aim of LiteGuard is to be the most simple, unambiguous and lightweight guard clause library available. Supported platforms: .NET Standard 1.0 onwards. This is the LiteGuard source code package. Also available as a binary package (LiteGuard). If your project is an... More information
https://devlib.codeplex.com/ parse command line arguments DevLib is a highly reusable collection of components and core functionalities addressing common crosscutting concerns. It provides a comprehensive set of features that save development time, minimize costs, reduce the use of precious test... More information
A callback-based program option parser for C#. See the documenation at http://docs.go-mono.com/?link=N%3aMono.Options and some examples in the code and under the OptionSet topic at http://docs.go-mono.com/?link=T%3aMono.Options.OptionSet
Guardian. Mostly of null values. An unobtrusive, lightweight, guard clause source code package: less than 300 lines of code. Should be used like this: Guard.Against.Null(() => parameter); May be extended like this: Guard.Against.Empty(() => collection); Possibly the best... More information
Common Tools
Fluent Null check - With - Return - If - Unless - Do - As<> - AsNullable<> - Cast<> - SilentCast<> - TryWith - TryReturn - TryDo -Throw Check argument and throw exception - ShouldnotBeNull - ShouldHaveValue (for T?) - ShouldBeInRange - ShouldnotBeInRange - ShouldBeAtLeast - ShouldBeAtMost -... More information