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   * [[|MSDN: Commonly used collection types]]   * [[|MSDN: Commonly used collection types]]
-But it is very important to know that you **cannot** change a collection while you are using it in a ''foreach'' loop.+There are a few very important things you should know about collections: 
 +  * They are not arrays, and therefore they are **0-based**, so the first member of the collection is **element 0**, and there is no compiler switch that can change this, because it are the classes itself that are written this was 
 +  * You **cannot** change a collection while you are using it in a ''foreach'' loop. 
 +  * most collections are using generics, to you need to specify the type(s) of the elements in the declaration of the variable 
 +A few code samples (please look at samples for the single classes [[collections:list|System.Collections.Generic.List]] and [[collections:dictionary|System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary]]) for deeper looks): 
 +<code>using System.Collections.Generic 
 +local oList as List<string> 
 +local nCount as int 
 +oList := List<string>{} 
 +oList:Add( "Hi girls" ) 
 +oList:Add( "Hi guys" ) 
 +nCount := oList:Count                   
 +foreach cItem as string in oList 
 +  // do something 
 +oList:Remove( "Hi guys" ) 
 +oList:RemoveAt( 0 )</code> 
 +<code>local oDictionary as Dictionary<int,string> 
 +local nCount as int 
 +oDictionary := Dictionary<int,string>{} 
 +oDictionary:Add( 1, "Hi girls" ) 
 +oDictionary:Add( 2, "Hi guys" ) 
 +foreach oItem as KeyValuePair<int,string> in oDictionary 
 +  // do something 
collections.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/05 06:20 by wolfgangriedmann