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Return Unique values from a List in C#

, 10 Oct 2012
A possibility for your own function (as said in solution 1)You can start copying the first element to the second list and then delete it with RemoveAt, then use the Findcommand with that element. If found... remove it and try to find it another time, If not found start from the beggining...

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Nelek
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I come from Spain. After making a lot of silly things during the studies, I wanted to correct me and to make something positive with my life, so I asked for (and got) an “Erasmus” scholarship to go to Germany. After obtaining a placement to make my Thesis in a Firm of Automation and Software development, I reached the double Degree in Electronics’ Engineering and Informatic. I have worked a time with VC++ 6 but I now am more orientated to industry and roboter programming.
 
At the moment learning C# in my spare time (which is not so much)

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