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, 29 Apr 2011 CPOL
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Use of Collection Object initializers instead of adding into a collection explicitly
Problem: If we wanted to create a list which contains a collection of strings, we need to do something like this with C# 2.0:
// Creating collection of string
     List<string> stringCollection = new List<string>();
Solution: Now in C# 3.0, we do in the following way:
IEnumerable<string> stringCollections = new List<string>
This isn't a revolutionary idea, but I think it's very useful, simple and it costs less performance hits than the old one.
I advise to use the latest one.
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QuestionWhy should i use IEnumerable.. PinmemberV G S Naidu A28-Oct-12 23:38 
AnswerRe: Why should i use IEnumerable.. PinmemberSanjay J Patolia18-Feb-13 23:31 
GeneralRe: A method which accepts a list, can only accept a list, where... PinmemberPatolia Sanjay2-May-11 21:31 
Generalhow do i implement this in my own classes, so they would sup... Pinmembermastamac5-May-11 11:16 
GeneralYou are talking about static cases. This works only when you... Pinmemberben pour3-May-11 9:52 
Generalso which i should use in my code? Pinmemberspydeehunk2-May-11 22:47 
GeneralIList<string> namelist = new List<string> { "sunny","kumar",... Pinmemberspydeehunk2-May-11 20:54 
GeneralRe: A method that accepts a List can only accept a List (or some... PinmemberPatolia Sanjay2-May-11 21:30 
Generalwhat is the use of IEnumerable here because if i want to hav... Pinmemberspydeehunk2-May-11 18:13 
GeneralRe: String is just an example here, we can collect reference typ... PinmemberPatolia Sanjay2-May-11 18:16 
GeneralPerformance Pinmemberkornman0028-Apr-11 7:36 
GeneralRe: Performance PinmemberPatolia Sanjay2-May-11 18:17 

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