System.Collections

This is a discussion on System.Collections within the C# Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I must say, working with the Systems.Collections namespace has been a let down. I have been using it with WinForms ...

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    Something Clever ginoitalo's Avatar
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    System.Collections

    I must say, working with the Systems.Collections
    namespace has been a let down.

    I have been using it with WinForms (GUI).
    ( Creating a Form with VS.NET and C# is excellent )


    Is there a way to "properly" use C++'s std::list in C# apps ?
    or can you use them in C# apps ?

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    Haven't tried it yet, but what do you miss in the lists provided in System.Collections ?
    hth
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    Something Clever ginoitalo's Avatar
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    Better iterating overall...
    list::end(),
    list::front(),
    list::push_front()

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    A Little Tougher...

    Does anyone know how to add member functions
    to an existing class, like ArrayList ?

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    Something like -

    Code:
    class myArrayList :ArrayList
    {	
    	public void new_mem_fun()
    	{
    		//Some functionality
    	}
    	
    
    }
    Is this what you mean?

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    So instead of adding to the existing class, your essentially making a copy of it (inheriting it) and adding to your copy.

    Would that be an accurate description ?

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    >Would that be an accurate description ?

    Yes, the inherited class is contained within the derived one.

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