dotnet add package Epiforge.Extensions.Collections --version 1.5.0
NuGet\Install-Package Epiforge.Extensions.Collections -Version 1.5.0
<PackageReference Include="Epiforge.Extensions.Collections" Version="1.5.0" />
paket add Epiforge.Extensions.Collections --version 1.5.0
#r "nuget: Epiforge.Extensions.Collections, 1.5.0"
// Install Epiforge.Extensions.Collections as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Epiforge.Extensions.Collections&version=1.5.0 // Install Epiforge.Extensions.Collections as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Epiforge.Extensions.Collections&version=1.5.0
This library provides a number of extension methods for collections and dictionaries:
FindIndex- Finds the index of the first element in the source that satisfies the specified predicate
FindLastIndex- Finds the index of the last element in the source that satisfies the specified predicate
FindIndicies- Finds the indicies of the elements in the source that satisfy the specified predicate
IndexOf- Finds the first index of the specified item in the source
LastIndexOf- Finds the last index of the specified item in the source
IndiciesOf- Finds the indicies of the specified item in the source
GetOrAdd- Adds a key/value pair to the specified
IDictionary<TKey, TValue>by using the specified function if the key does not already exist (returns the new value, or the existing value if the key exists)
TryRemove- Attempts to remove and return the value that has the specified key from the specified
ReadOnlyDictionary<TKey, TValue>is a read-only wrapper for any classes implementing
ReadOnlyRangeDictionary<TKey, TValue>is a read-only wrapper for any classes implementing
ReadOnlyConcurrentDictionary<TKey, TValue>is a read-only wrapper for
ReversedComparer<T>is a comparer that reverses the comparison of another comparer (this is useful when you want to sort a list in the opposite order of the default sort order)
ObservableConcurrentDictionary<TKey, TValue>are counterparts to the BCL's
SortedDictionary<TKey, TValue>, and
ConcurrentDictionary<TKey, TValue>, respectively, that implement the also included
INotifyDictionaryChanged<TKey, TValue>. Ever want to add multiple items to a dictionary at once... or keep an eye on what's being done to it? Now you can.
RangeObservableCollection<T>is a counterpart to the BCL's
AddRange- Adds objects to the end of the collection
GetAndRemoveAll- Removes all object from the collection that satisfy a predicate
GetAndRemoveAt- Gets the element at the specified index and removes it from the collection
GetRange- Gets the elements in the range starting at the specified index and of the specified length
InsertRange- Inserts elements into the collection at the specified index
MoveRange- Moves the items at the specified index to a new location in the collection
RemoveAll- Removes all object from the collection that satisfy a predicate
RemoveRange- Removes the specified items from the collection or removes the specified range of items from the collection
ReplaceAll- Replace all items in the collection with the items in the specified collection
ReplaceRange- Replaces the specified range of items from the collection with the items in the specified collection
Reset- Resets the collection with the specified collection of items
ReadOnlyObservableRangeDictionary<TKey, TValue>is a read-only wrapper for any classes implementing
ReadOnlyObservableRangeCollection<T>is a read-only wrapper for any classes implementing
EquatableList<T>is an immutable list of items which may be compared with other instances of the same type and produces a hash code based on the permutation of its contents.
NullableKeySortedDictionary<TKey, TValue>are very slim implementations of
IDictionary<TKey, TValue>that allow a single null key (useful for some edge cases in which a null key is simply going to happen and you need to be able to deal with it; otherwise, use other dictionary classes).
OrderedHashSet<T>is a counterpart to the BCL's
HashSet<T>that maintains the order of the elements in the set. All operations are still O(1), just like the original, but if you enumerate over it you will get elements in the exact order they were added. There are also methods for manipulating the order.
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We made several unfortunately breaking changes for the sake of consistency in type names and overload resolution.