LibLinq-1.0

BidirectionalDictionary
Dictionary represents a collection on keys and values mapped onto each other in a way that every key maps to a single value and every value maps to a single key.
Dictionary
Dictionary represents a collection on keys and values mapped onto each other
Enumerable
Enumerable is the building block of all other collections, and provides many handy helper methods.
Enumerable Action methods
Enumerable Action methods such as :ForEach() and :Do()
Enumerable Aggregate methods
Enumerable Aggregation methods such as :Aggregate(), :Max(), :Sum()
Enumerable Functional methods
Enumerable Functional methods such as :Let()
Enumerable generators
Static generators such as Enumerable.From(), Enumerable.Range()
Enumerable Group methods
Enumerable Grouping methods such as :Join(), :GroupJoin(), and :GroupBy()
Enumerable Ordering methods
Enumerable Ordering methods such as :OrderBy(), :OrderByDescending(), :ThenBy(), :ThenByDescending()
Enumerable Paging methods
Enumerable Paging methods to such as :First(), :Take(), :Skip(), :Last()
Enumerable Projection and Filtering methods
Enumerable Projection and Filtering methods such as :Select() and :Where()
Enumerable Set methods
Enumerable Set methods such as :All(), :Intersect(), and :Distinct()
Enumerator
Enumerator is a low-level device for one-off iteration that the Enumerable employs
List
List represents a collection of elements with a fixed order.
Queue
Queue represents a first-in, first-out collection of objects.
Set
Set represents an unordered set of elements.
Stack
Stack represents a first-in, last-out collection of objects.

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Date created
Aug 30, 2010
Last updated
Sep 21, 2010

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