Introduction to List in C#
In this article I will explain the overview of list in C#
A list is a collection of items that can be accessed by index and provides functionality to search, sort and manipulate list items. The List<T> class is the generic equivalent of the ArrayList class. But List<> type in the C# resizes dynamically and arrays do not dynamically resize. We need to use < and > in the List declaration. The namespace that we use for the list is System.Collection.Generic. We can create a list<> using the following syntax.
List<datatype> NameOfList= new List<datatype>();
The following code snippet creates a List of string types.
static void Main(string args)
List<int> list1 = new List<int>();
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