C Sharp LinkedList

C# LinkedList<T>

To add and remove an element before or after the last index, the concept of a linked list is used in the C# LinkedList<T> class, thus facilitating a fast insertion and deletion of the elements. Found in the System.Collections.Generic namespace, the duplicate elements can also be stored in the C# LinkedList<T> class. Unlike List, the Collection initializer can not be used to create a LinkedList class.

Example:

using System;  
using System.Collections.Generic;  
 
public class Example  
{  
    public static void Main(string[] args)  
    {  
        // Create a list of strings  
        var countries = new LinkedList();  
        countries.AddLast("India");  
        countries.AddLast("Mexico");  
        countries.AddLast("Canada");  
        countries.AddLast("Australia");  
        countries.AddFirst("Japan");//added to the first index  
 
        // Iterate list element using foreach loop  
        foreach (var country in countries)  
        {  
            Console.WriteLine(country);  
        }  
    }  
}

Output:

Explanation:

In the above example, we are using the generic LinkedList<T> class. We are using the AddLast() and AddFirst() methods to store the elements and the for-each loop is used to iterate the elements. Here, we are adding the element “Japan” at the first index.

Example:

using System;  
using System.Collections.Generic;  
 
public class Example  
{  
    public static void Main(string[] args)  
    {  
        // Create a list of strings  
        var countries = new LinkedList();  
        countries.AddLast("India");  
        countries.AddLast("Mexico");  
        countries.AddLast("Japan");  
        countries.AddLast("Nepal");  
 
        //insert new elements before and after "Nepal"  
        LinkedListNode node= countries.Find("Nepal");  
        countries.AddBefore(node, "Australia");  
        countries.AddAfter(node, "Canada");  
 
        // Iterate list element using foreach loop  
        foreach (var country in countries)  
        {  
            Console.WriteLine(country);  
        }  
    }  
}

Output:

Explanation:

In the above example, we are using the generic LinkedList<T> class to store the elements before and after a specific node. Here, the Find() method is called to get the specific node. We are adding the elements “Australia” and “Canada” before and after “Nepal” element.

 

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