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Beginning C# 6.0 Programming with Visual Studio 2015 by Jon D. Reid, Jacob Vibe Hammer, Benjamin Perkins

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Chapter 11Collections, Comparisons, and Conversions

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You've covered all the basic OOP techniques in C# now, but there are some more advanced techniques that are worth becoming familiar with. These techniques relate to certain problems that you must solve regularly when you are writing code. Learning about them will make it much easier to progress and allow you to concentrate on other, potentially more important aspects of your applications. In this chapter, you look at the following:

  • Collections — Collections enable you to maintain groups of objects. Unlike arrays, which you've used in earlier chapters, collections can include more advanced functionality, such as controlling access to the objects they contain, searching and sorting, and more. You'll learn how to use and create collection classes and learn about some powerful techniques for getting the most out of them.
  • Comparisons — When dealing with objects, you often want to make ...

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