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Today you’re going to learn about the c# hashtable. Darren uses an example with holding millions of usernames in a hashtable versus millions of usernames in a list and reveals the beauty of using hashtables for object lookups.
A hashtable is a collection datatype in C#. It is organzied by Key Value Pairs, where the key is like an index, and the value is what is returned by searching for a particular key. Value = Hashtable[Key]. You will learn how to add, remove, update, and loop through a hashtable using C#.
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