List<T>.AddRange(IEnumerable<T>) Method is used to add the elements of the specified collection to the end of the List<T>.
Properties of List:
- It is different from the arrays. A list can be resized dynamically but arrays cannot.
- List class can accept null as a valid value for reference types and it also allows duplicate elements.
- If the Count becomes equals to Capacity, then the capacity of the List increases automatically by reallocating the internal array. The existing elements will be copied to the new array before the addition of the new element.
public void AddRange (System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<T> collection);
collection: It is the specified collection whose elements will be added to the end of the List<T>.
Exception: This method will give ArgumentNullException if the collection is null.
Note: The collection itself cannot be null, but it can contain elements that are null if type T is a reference type. The order of the elements in the collection is always preserved in the List<T>.
Below programs illustrate the use of above discussed method:
Before AddRange Method Geeks GFG C# Tutorials After AddRange Method Geeks GFG C# Tutorials Geeks GFG C# Tutorials
Before AddRange Method Geeks GFG C# Tutorials After AddRange Method Geeks GFG C# Tutorials Collections Generic List
- C# | How to insert the elements of a collection into the List at the specified index
- C# | Copy the elements of collection over a range of elements in ArrayList
- C# | Adding an element to the List
- C# | Adding elements to the end of the ArrayList
- C# | Adding the elements to the end of the ArrayList
- C# | Remove all elements from the Collection<T>
- C# | Check if SortedSet and the specified collection contain the same elements
- C# | Check if HashSet and the specified collection contain the same elements
- C# | Remove all elements in a collection from a HashSet
- C# | Copying the Collection<T> elements to an array
- C# | Get the number of elements contained in Collection<T>
- C# | Check if SortedSet and a specified collection share common elements
- C# | Check if a HashSet and a specified collection share common elements
- C# | Removing all the elements from the List
- C# | Removing a range of elements from the List
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