Part 74 List collection class in c#

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Difference between generic and non generic collections

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List is one of the generic collection classes present in System.Collections.Generic namespcae. There are several generic collection classes in System.Collections.Generic namespace as listed below.
1. Dictionary – Discussed in Parts 72 & 73
2. List
3. Stack
4. Queue etc

A List class can be used to create a collection of any type. For example, we can create a list of Integers, Strings and even complex types. The objects stored in the list can be accessed by index. Unlike arrays, lists can grow in size automatically. This class also provides methods to search, sort, and manipulate lists.

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41 COMMENTS

  1. how would i change a list entry?

    intuition says insert and then remove the next list entry after the new one.

    but surely there is a better way of doing this with a built in tool. like mylist.replace[entry](new entry) or something?

  2. Very clear and understandable. Six years from when you made this video, it is still helping people like me!

  3. I (as a non-english native speaker) usually have trouble concentrating on videos with an Indian accent (-sorry for that sad assesment). But this dude is very didactic, expressive and illustrates every point very well! Hugely Recommend his different videos on different reference points for beginners or quick access to specific info!

  4. sir please can you make me clear that whats the diff btw Customer customer1=new Customer(){}; statement and Customer customer1=new Customer(); waiting for your response .. 🙂

  5. What would be the point of setting the length of a list if a list can change so freely?  Thanks for the great videos!

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  7. In this video you have manually created 3 class instances. Could you tell me how I could dynamically create class instances based on generated lists?

    My question is explained in more detail here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/35782580/creating-class-instances-based-on-dynamic-item-lists/35782803#35782803

  8. Thank you very much for this video. It is very helpful.
    Just one thing! it's "Customer" and not "Cusotmr" 😉

  9. Your videos are really good and the way you teach is awesome. I learnt a lot from your videos. Thanks 🙂

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