# Combinatorics 1.1.0.19

A Combinatorics Library providing Generic IEnumerable classes capable of generating Combinations, Permutations & Variations of a list of Inputs. This nuget package wraps up Adrian Akison's original implementation. See: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/26050/Permutations-Combinations-and-Variations-using-C-G.

`Install-Package Combinatorics -Version 1.1.0.19`
`dotnet add package Combinatorics --version 1.1.0.19`
`<PackageReference Include="Combinatorics" Version="1.1.0.19" />`
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
`paket add Combinatorics --version 1.1.0.19`

## Release Notes

Fixed structure of Package to prevent irrelevant build scripts being included

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