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C# C# Objects Encapsulation with Properties Property Practice

Michael Santos
Michael Santos
704 Points

Why not use GetLocationAt for HasScored property instead?

For the HasScored property, instead of checking _pathStep >= _path.Length, which requires changing the Path class, can't we instead use GetLocationt() since this already returns null if the Invader has reached the end of the path? Somethig like this:

public bool HasScored => _path.GetLocationAt(_pathStep) == null;