In C# 7 is it possible to deconstruct tuples as method arguments

You can shorten it to: void test( Action<ValueTuple<string, int>> fn) { fn((“hello”, 10)); } test(((string s, int i) t) => { Console.WriteLine(t.s); Console.WriteLine(t.i); }); Hopefully, one day we might be able to splat the parameters from a tuple to the method invocation: void test(Action<ValueTuple<string, int>> fn) { fn(@(“hello”, 10)); // <– made up syntax } … Read more