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i have faced this question in interview as below?

let us consider the string named

string gowtham="test1,test2,test3" ;

i need to convert in to IEnumerable string function

i need a output to be as

new[] {"test1", "test2","test3" }

what i did is i have created a string() function by spliting values by comma seperated as below

string[] mysamples= gowtham.Split(',');

i do not know how to proceed after

waiting for your responses?
Posted 23-Mar-13 0:59am

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Solution 1

Your split string is an array of strings, just as your example is:
string[] arr;
string gowtham="test1,test2,test3";
arr = new[] {"test1", "test2","test3" };
arr = gowtham.Split(',');
produces exactly the same results.

And an array of anything implements the IEnumerable interface, so there is no further to go:

IEnumerable ie1, ie2;
string gowtham = "test1,test2,test3";
ie1 = new[] { "test1", "test2", "test3" };
ie2 = gowtham.Split(',');
foreach (string s in ie1)
foreach (string s in ie2)
Will work perfectly well.

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