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Using Find in a Generic List

, 27 Oct 2008
This article investigates the use of List.Find() when using value and reference types, and how to use it when working with your own custom classes.

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johan_vw
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I'm a senior software developer from South Africa and have a huge passion for .NET and Microsoft related technologies.

When I'm not having fun figuring out an architecture or class design, you'd probably find me rocking on the drums, running around with my badminton racquet or enjoying another bitter coffee or an ice-cold Amstel at the bar.

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