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Duda con código de Notification Center

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Hola!,
He estado utilizando un código de notification center el cual he probado y funciona sin embargo cuando lo leo, no logro entenderlo del todo. Específicamente el método "AddObserver", en donde entiendo que si no existe en notifications una Key llamada por name, la agrega junto a un Value correspondiente a una List vacía. Luego se define una List llamada notify a la cuál se le agrega el Component observer en caso de no existir ahi, sin embargo una vez finalizado el método esa List notifylist no tiene utilidad hasta donde entiendo. No se si me expliqué bien, pero este código no me ha dejado dormir por varios días, si alguien podría darme una mano con entenderlo :c.

	Hashtable notifications = new Hashtable();

	public void AddObserver (Component observer, String name) { AddObserver(observer, name, null); }
	public void AddObserver (Component observer, String name, object sender) {
	    
	    if (name == null || name == "") { Debug.Log("Null name specified for notification in AddObserver."); return; }
	    
		if (!notifications.ContainsKey(name)) {
	        notifications[name] = new List<Component>();
	    }

 
	    List<Component> notifyList = (List<Component>)notifications[name];
 
	    
	    if (!notifyList.Contains(observer)) { notifyList.Add(observer); }
	}

Aquí adjunto el código completo por si es necesario:

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System;
 
//    NotificationCenter is used for handling messages between GameObjects.
//    GameObjects can register to receive specific notifications.  When another objects sends a notification of that type, all GameObjects that registered for it and implement the appropriate message will receive that notification.
//    Observing GameObjects must register to receive notifications with the AddObserver function, and pass their selves, and the name of the notification.  Observing GameObjects can also unregister themselves with the RemoveObserver function.  GameObjects must request to receive and remove notification types on a type by type basis.
//    Posting notifications is done by creating a Notification object and passing it to PostNotification.  All receiving GameObjects will accept that Notification object.  The Notification object contains the sender, the notification type name, and an option hashtable containing data.
//    To use NotificationCenter, either create and manage a unique instance of it somewhere, or use the static NotificationCenter.
 
// We need a static method for objects to be able to obtain the default notification center.
// This default center is what all objects will use for most notifications.  We can of course create our own separate instances of NotificationCenter, but this is the static one used by all.
public class NotificationCenter : MonoBehaviour
{
	private static NotificationCenter defaultCenter;
	public static NotificationCenter DefaultCenter () {
	    // If the defaultCenter doesn't already exist, we need to create it
	    if (!defaultCenter) {
	        // Because the NotificationCenter is a component, we have to create a GameObject to attach it to.
	        GameObject notificationObject = new GameObject("Default Notification Center");
	        // Add the NotificationCenter component, and set it as the defaultCenter
	        defaultCenter = notificationObject.AddComponent<NotificationCenter>();
			DontDestroyOnLoad(defaultCenter);
	    }
 
	    return defaultCenter;
	}
 
	// Our hashtable containing all the notifications.  Each notification in the hash table is an ArrayList that contains all the observers for that notification.
	Hashtable notifications = new Hashtable();
 
	// AddObserver includes a version where the observer can request to only receive notifications from a specific object.  We haven't implemented that yet, so the sender value is ignored for now.
	public void AddObserver (Component observer, String name) { AddObserver(observer, name, null); }
	public void AddObserver (Component observer, String name, object sender) {
	    
	    if (name == null || name == "") { Debug.Log("Null name specified for notification in AddObserver."); return; }
	    
		if (!notifications.ContainsKey(name)) {
	        notifications[name] = new List<Component>();
	    }

 
	    List<Component> notifyList = (List<Component>)notifications[name];
 
	    
	    if (!notifyList.Contains(observer)) { notifyList.Add(observer); }
	}
 
	// RemoveObserver removes the observer from the notification list for the specified notification type
	public void RemoveObserver (Component observer, String name) {
	    List<Component> notifyList = (List<Component>)notifications[name]; //change from original
 
	    // Assuming that this is a valid notification type, remove the observer from the list.
	    // If the list of observers is now empty, then remove that notification type from the notifications hash.  This is for housekeeping purposes.
	    if (notifyList != null) {
	        if (notifyList.Contains(observer)) { notifyList.Remove(observer); }
	        if (notifyList.Count == 0) { notifications.Remove(name); }
	    }
	}
 
	// PostNotification sends a notification object to all objects that have requested to receive this type of notification.
	// A notification can either be posted with a notification object or by just sending the individual components.
	public void PostNotification (Component aSender, String aName) { PostNotification(aSender, aName, null); }
	public void PostNotification (Component aSender, String aName, object aData) { PostNotification(new Notification(aSender, aName, aData)); }
	public void PostNotification (Notification aNotification) {
	    // First make sure that the name of the notification is valid.
	    if (aNotification.name == null || aNotification.name == "") { Debug.Log("Null name sent to PostNotification."); return; }
	    // Obtain the notification list, and make sure that it is valid as well
	    List<Component> notifyList = (List<Component>)notifications[aNotification.name]; //change from original
	    if (notifyList == null) { Debug.Log("Notify list not found in PostNotification."); return; }
 
	    // Clone list, so there won't be an issue if an observer is added or removed while notifications are being sent
	    notifyList = new List<Component>(notifyList);
 
	    // Create an array to keep track of invalid observers that we need to remove
	    List<Component> observersToRemove = new List<Component>(); //change from original
 
	    // Itterate through all the objects that have signed up to be notified by this type of notification.
	    foreach (Component observer in notifyList) {
	        // If the observer isn't valid, then keep track of it so we can remove it later.
	        // We can't remove it right now, or it will mess the for loop up.
	        if (!observer) { observersToRemove.Add(observer);
	        } else {
	            // If the observer is valid, then send it the notification.  The message that's sent is the name of the notification.
	            observer.SendMessage(aNotification.name, aNotification, SendMessageOptions.DontRequireReceiver);
	        }
	    }
 
	    // Remove all the invalid observers
	    foreach (Component observer in observersToRemove) {
	        notifyList.Remove(observer);
	    }
	}
}
 
// The Notification class is the object that is sent to receiving objects of a notification type.
// This class contains the sending GameObject, the name of the notification, and optionally a hashtable containing data.
public class Notification {
    public Component sender;
    public String name;
    public object data;
 
    public Notification (Component aSender, String aName) { sender = aSender; name = aName; data = null; }
    public Notification (Component aSender, String aName, object aData) { sender = aSender; name = aName; data = aData; }
}

Muchas gracias de antemano, saludos!!

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