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  Compiler Error CS0202  -  MICROSOFT
foreach requires that the return type 'type' of 'type.GetEnumerator()' must have a suitable public MoveNext method and public Current property A GetEnumerator function, used to enable the use of foreach statements, cannot return a pointer or array; it must return an instance of a class that is able to act as an enumerator. The proper requirements to serve as an enumerator include a public Current property and a public MoveNext method. Note: In C# 2.0, the compiler will automatically generate Current and MoveNext for you. For more information, see the code example in Generic Interfaces (C# Programming Guide). The following sample generates CS0202: // CS0202.cs public class C1 { public int Current { get { return 0; } } public bool MoveNext () { return false; } public static implicit operator C1 (int c1) { return 0; } } public class C2 { public int Current { get { return 0; } } public bool MoveNext () { return false; } public C1[] GetEnumerator () // try the following line instead // public C1 GetEnumerator () { return null; } } public class MainClass { public static void Main () { C2 c2 = new C2(); foreach (C1 x in c2) // CS0202 { System.Console.WriteLine(x.Current); } } }  Login to see more
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