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    Containers in C#

    We must be having containers in C#(equivalent of std::list<>, std::vector<> etc. containers in C++).

    What is this container class called(do we have different types of containers, like we have different types of containers in C++ - lists, vectors etc)?

    Thanks
    Vikram

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    Re: Containers in C#

    ArrayList, Queue, Stack etc are probably what you're looking for. At least previous to version 2 of the .NET framework.

    Previous to Vr 2 there's no concept of a 'template' so all containers (have a look in System.Collections) use the base 'object' class and expect the author to recast as necessary.

    In Vr 2 of the .NET framework we now have generics which are the equivalent of templates in C++.

    Darwen.
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