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Converting/Changing Types of Generic List

, 24 Mar 2010 CPOL
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Suppose we have a base entity class called BaseEntity.We create a child Entity named Status inheriting BaseEntity public class Status: BaseEntityNow lets assume we have two Generic ListList mainList = new List();List childList;Now we want to...
Suppose we have a base entity class called BaseEntity.
 
We create a child Entity named Status inheriting BaseEntity
 
public class Status: BaseEntity
 
Now lets assume we have two Generic List
 
List<BaseEntity> mainList = new List<BaseEntity>();
List<Status> childList;
 
Now we want to convert mainList to childList and this can be converted easily by using Cast extension method that can be found under System.Linq
 
childList =  mainList.Cast<Status>().ToList();
 

Happy Conversion!!!

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