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jschell17-Feb-22 10:28
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endo funk wrote:
Extension methods... apparently so obvious that you missed it.


Apparently you do not know what you said...

"first off IEnumerable was Microsoft implementation of functional programming algebras for a List. "

And again, no it was not. It existed long before anything associated with functional programming was in the language.

Refutation of that statement has nothing to do with extension methods which were added long after IEnumerable. I can only suppose that you are claiming that they could have used extension methods when implementing linq. Perhaps. But still that has nothing to do with your original incorrect statement.
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