LibLinq-1.0

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API Sep 21, 2010
BidirectionalDictionary ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Dictionary ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Action ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Aggregate ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Functional ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Generators ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Group ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Ordering ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Paging ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Projection ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerable-Set ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Enumerator ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
List ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Queue ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Set ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Stack ckknight ckknight Jan 14, 2011
Main ckknight ckknight Aug 31, 2010
LibLinq-1.0 is a collection management library similar to .NET's System.Linq. It provides a very functional approach to dealing with collections and sequences. Rather than handling collection data imperatively, it is handled declaratively. It also is thoroughly unit-tested. The library is built around the concept of an Enumerable, which nearly all collections could be theoretically classified as. Many generators are provided, such as Enumerable.Range(0, 10), which generates an increasing...
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