There is already a buzz around on C# 5.0 specifications in forums. A notable discussion around should be some threads like
What features you want to see in C# 5.0
C# language speculation 4.5 /5.0
etc. These community links are really great where a lots of people voted for new language specs, while quite a few things are already would be in process like :
Binding Operators may be C# 5.0. The support for Binding on .net objects are awesome. I came to know this from Chris on his post where he speaks how Binding operators looks like long ago. The delphi assignment operator := is now been used in this purpose. :=: would be used for two way binding. Thus
comboBox1.Text :=: textBox1.Text;
means there would be two way binding between the properties so that when ComboBox1.Text changes its Text it will automatically change the value of Textbox1.Text.
Binding is actually not a new thing to the system. In WPF we already have Binding in place, but for that we need the properties to have implemented from INotifyPropertyChanged. So it is not in the language, the WPF objects are doing this internally by handling the PropertyChanged event on the object. But if that is included as an operator it would be a cool feature to add on.
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