C# Programming videos | C# Part 11 - Foreach Loops

Posted by Andrew Gould on 21 November 2014

You can use a Foreach loop in C# to process a collection of objects, which is a tremendously useful thing to be able to do in an object-oriented language! This video explains how the foreach statement works and covers examples such as looping over the collection of controls in a form, looping over the open forms in your application and looping over the items in a list. You'll also see a comparison of the foreach loop and for loop, including a couple of limitations of the foreach statement. The video also covers how to write nested foreach loops.

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