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QuestionA proper way to return a list (Xamarin, CollectionView, Realm) Pin
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Hi!

I try to show dynamically a Xamarin CollectionView (as a visual list of multiple notes), by following this tuto: https://medium.com/a-developer-in-making/how-to-work-with-collectionview-in-xamarin-forms-5dc65c50b419[^]
Everything's work fine, until I try to return a list made of data from a Realm database.

So, that code from the tuto is working fine:
return new List<Note>
                {
                new Note() { Category = listFolders[0].IDCategories, Title = listFolders[0].Title, ContentNote = listFolders[0].ContentNote, Image = listFolders[0].Icon },
                new Note() { Category = listFolders[1].IDCategories, Title = listFolders[1].Title, ContentNote = listFolders[1].ContentNote, Image = listFolders[1].Icon },
                new Note() { Category = listFolders[2].IDCategories, Title = listFolders[2].Title, ContentNote = listFolders[2].ContentNote, Image = listFolders[2].Icon },
                };


And it doesn't work when I try to do the same thing, from a Realm database. Something like that:
(there is no errors, it's just show nothing during the debug).

List<Note> list = new List<Note>();
                for (int i = 0; i < countFolders; i++)
                {
                    new Note() { Category = listFolders[i].IDCategories, Title = listFolders[i].Title, ContentNote = listFolders[i].ContentNote, Image = listFolders[i].Icon };
                }

                return list;


And I tried that too:
return new List<Note>
                {
                    for (int i = 0; i < countFolders; i++)
                {
                    new Note() { Category = listFolders[i].IDCategories, Title = listFolders[i].Title, ContentNote = listFolders[i].ContentNote, Image = listFolders[i].Icon };
                }
              
                }

But just after the first bracket, VS Studio say: " } awaited " and " ; awaited ". But I don't know where precisly... And there is no correction suggested.

I'm sure that's probably simple, but as a beginner, I still miss some things.

Thanks!
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