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QuestionHow to update members of a List using Linq? [Solved] Pin
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OriginalGriff27-Jan-21 1:15
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You can't: for the same reason that you can't use a foreach loop to do it.

Integers are value types: every time you try to use one, you create a copy, there is no reference to it.

If you use a class, you can do it using the ForEach method:
public class foo
    {
    public int val { get; set; }
    }

List<foo> foos = new List<foo>();
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
    {
    foos.Add(new foo() { val = i });
    }
foos.ForEach(f => f.val += 10);
foreach (foo foo in foos)
    {
    Console.WriteLine(foo.val);
    }

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