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Pick Your Enumerator & Me.Understand Yield and IEnumerable (C#)

, 21 Apr 2013
Using multiple enumerators and implementing IEnumerable with Yield or IEnumerator.
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Mike-MadBadger
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A hobbyist begin-again-er!
 
Spent a few years longer ago than I care to remember with BBC Basic, a couple of years with Delphi about 10-15 years ago with a smattering af MS Access applications along the way. Dropped out of it completely except for the occasional Excel macro.
 
Finally picked up the baton again with VB.Net in VS2010 and now VS 2012and have been playing around quite a bit with a few odds and sodds, learning much as I go - and long may it continue.
 
I don't work even close to the IT industry and probably never will, but I do enjoy it as a hobby.

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