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Code Inspection: Merge nested property patterns

C# 10 simplifies the pattern matching syntax with dotted access instead of object pattern nesting. ReSharper detects such places in your code and suggests the corresponding quick-fix (Alt+Enter):

public class UserTest { public UserTest() { var user = new User(); // Merge nested property patterns if (user is { Tags: { Count: 0 } }) Console.WriteLine("do something"); } }
public class UserTest { public UserTest() { var user = new User(); if (user is { Tags.Count: 0}) Console.WriteLine("do something"); } }
public class User { public List<string> Tags { get; } = new(); }
Last modified: 04 July 2022