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hi Every one
Unfortunately ArrayName.Any not exist in .net 2
So what command is like that in .net 2
My Example is :
Private ArraySides() As String = {"Out Side", "Up Down", "Top Buttom"}
Dim StrSide as String="This is Out Side"
If ArraySides.Any(Function(s) StrSide.Contains(s)) Then
end if
Thank you.
Posted 4-May-13 22:31pm

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Solution 1

No Linq methods are available prior to .NET V3.5, so you can't use them at all.
But all you have to do is recreate it yourself with a For Each loop:
Dim ArraySides As String() = {"Out Side", "Up Down", "Top Buttom"}
Dim StrSide As String = "This is Out Side"
Dim isAnyOf As Boolean = False
For Each s As String In ArraySides
    If StrSide.Contains(s) Then
        isAnyOf = True
        Exit For
    End If
If isAnyOf Then
End If

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