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It is an article in which the author gives suggestion for the programmers to create own custom collection. In this tutorial the author gives information about data abstraction which supports enumeration.
This simple tutorial provide guidelines to the programmers to construct dynamic linked-list in which unlimited objects can be inserted and also objects can be removed by using Self-Referential Classes in .NET framework.
This tutorial concentrates on several collection objects which resides on System.Collections namespace, which has hosted classes. The author gives brief description about each objects with example.
This is an article in which author describes about collection generator, which helps in creating a collection class in .NET framework. In this tutorial the author gives a form by filling up this form the typed collection will be added.
It is a simple tutorial which concentrates on process of sorting objects by using Icomparer and Icomparable interface in .NET frame work. The author explains this topic with example for easy understanding.
This is an useful tutorial in which author gives information about concepts of .NET collections, which helps in storing arbitary objects in a perfect structure.
It is a simple tutorial in which author discusses about several data structure that has to be used to store data in memory and also the author gives suggestion to the users about the necessity of using different structure for different collection classes.
It is a web based article in which author elaborates the procedure for arranging the objects in the collection class with the help of sort() method in .NET framework.
This is a simple tutorial in which author gives suggestion for the VB programmers to utilize VB6 collection in which programmers can access objects from it to perform particular task.
This tutorial deals with NameValueCollection, which is a sorted collection of string keys and string values that can be accessed through hash code of the key and through index.