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In this video you will get information on Collections in C# .Net. Collection classes are specialized classes for data storage and retrieval. These classes provide support for stacks, queues, lists, and hash tables. Most collection classes implement the same interfaces.
Collection classes serve various purposes, such as allocating memory dynamically to elements and accessing a list of items on the basis of an index etc. These classes create collections of objects of the Object class, which is the base class for all data types in C#
0:00 – Introduction
0:27 – What is a collection?
4:34 – IEnumerable
9:18 – Understanding with Projects
16:30 – Using collection as an array
22:50 – Using hashtable
33:30 – Creating StudentArrayListProgram
38:00 – IComparable
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