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Visual Basic® 2012 Unleashed, Second Edition by Alessandro Del Sole

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Chapter 16. Working with Collections and Iterators

Applications often require working with data. Until now you got information on how to store data within classes and structures, but it is common to need to create groups of data. In .NET development, this is accomplished using special classes known as collections, which enable storing a set of objects within one class. The .NET Framework provides a lot of collections, each one specific to a particular need or scenario. The main distinction is between nongeneric collections and generic ...

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