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ExtraLINQ offers a variety of useful extension methods for .NET collections implementing IEnumerable<T>.

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ExtraLINQ

ExtraLINQ provides additional extension methods for collections that improve the readability of .

Collection Extension Methods

  • CountsExactly — Determines whether a collection contains exactly a certain number of items.
  • CountsMax — Determines whether a collection contains at most certain number of items.
  • CountsMin — Determines whether a collection contains at least a certain number of items.
  • ElementAt — Returns the item at a specified position in a collection using a specified indexing strategy.
  • Intersperse — Returns all elements of the specified collection separated by the specified separator.
  • IsEmpty — Determines whether a collection is empty.
  • IsNullOrEmpty — Determines whether a collection is null or empty.
  • None — Determines whether a collections does not contain any elements.
  • Random — Returns a random element from a collection.
  • Shuffle — Shuffles the specified collection.
  • Without — Returns the specified collection without certain specified items.

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The easiest way to integrate ExtraLINQ into your .NET project is through the NuGet package ExtraLINQ.

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