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is this possible list<int,string>?
Posted 1-Mar-13 7:20am
Updated 12-Feb-17 22:00pm
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What is list, exactly? If it UI? Or just a collection? If it is, tag the UI library.
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scorpzonex 1-Mar-13 14:03pm
   
list<int>=new list<int>; collection.
   
I answered, and Solution 1 may be the option, but... there are no "columns" notion here...
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Solution 2

We don't know how you want to use such collection: for access by key (then see Solution 1), or as list. If as list, create a structure or a class, for example:

struct ListElement {
   public int Id,
   public string Name,
}
 
// ...
 
List<ListElement> list = new List<ListElement>();


[EDIT]

Another option is using the tuple: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.tuple.aspx[^].

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Solution 1

If you want a List consisting of an integer key with a string value, then you would use Dictionary<int,string>.
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I voted 4, because we really don't know if OP wants to use access by key. Maybe it still have to be a list, then the solution is the list of struct/class instance.
Please see my answer (which of course credits yours).
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scorpzonex 6-Mar-13 6:39am
   
how to Dictionary<int,string,string,string>?

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