C# Programming videos | C# Part 13 - Lists

Posted by Andrew Gould on 01 December 2014

A List is similar to an Array in that it allows you to store multiple items under a single variable name. The advantage of using lists is that they're designed to change their size dynamically as you add items to them. This video teaches you how to work with lists including how to declare, initialise and add items to them. You'll see several techniques for looping over the items in a list, including while loops, for loops and foreach loops. You'll also learn how to remove and find items in a list, including how to write basic Lambda expressions.

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