This method is used to search for an element that matches the conditions defined by the specified predicate and returns the first occurrence within the entire Array.
public static T Find (T array, Predicate<T> match);
Here, T is the type of element of the array.
array: It is the one-dimensional, zero-based array to search.
match: It is the predicate that defines the conditions of the element to search for.
Return Value: This method return the first element that matches the conditions defined by the specified predicate if it is found. Otherwise, it returns the default value for type T.
Exception: This method throws ArgumentNullException if the array is null or match is null.
Below programs illustrate the use of Array.Find(T, Predicate
Initial Array: Sun Mon Tue Thu Element: Sun
Exception Thrown: System.ArgumentNullException
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