This method is used to releases all resources used by the current instance of the CharEnumerator class. The Dispose() method leaves the CharEnumerator in an unusable state. So, this method should be called when a user finished their working with the CharEnumerator.
public void Dispose ();
Return Value: This method returns nothing.
Below are the programs to illustrate the use of CharEnumerator.Dispose() Method:
GeeksforGeeks is Awesome! Shows System.NullReferenceException as the CharEnumerator object is disposed.
GeeksforGeeks . Dispose CharEnumerator object and try to print current character. Shows System.NullReferenceException as the CharEnumerator object is disposed.
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