Beyond Dependency Injection: Listing 3.

Selecting the right IDataFeed.

class DataFeedHandlerSelector : IHandlerSelector
{
  private bool networkAvailable;
 
  public DataFeedHandlerSelector()
  {
    // Hook in to network monitoring component
    // to set networkAvailable flag.
   }
 
  public bool HasOpinionAbout(string key, Type service)
  {
  }
 
  public IHandler SelectHandler(string key,
    Type service,
    IHandler[] handlers)
  {
  }
}

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