The Hashtable class represents a collection of key-and-value pairs that are organized based on the hash code of the key. The key is used to access the items in the collection.
Here, myTable1 and myTable2 are the two Hashtables which is to be checked.
Below given are some examples to understand the implementation in a better way:
- C# | Check whether a Hashtable contains a specific key or not
- C# | Check if Hashtable is read-only
- C# | Check if the Hashtable contains a specific Key
- C# | Check if the Hashtable contains a specific Value
- C# | Check if Hashtable has a fixed size
- C# | Check if Hashtable is synchronized (thread safe)
- C# | Get or Set the value associated with specified key in Hashtable
- C# Hashtable with Examples
- C# | Hashtable Class
- C# | Adding an element into the Hashtable
- C# | How to get hash code for the specified key of a Hashtable
- C# | Remove all elements from the Hashtable
- C# | Get an enumerator that iterates through the Hashtable
- C# | Remove the element with the specified key from the Hashtable
- C# | Gets an ICollection containing the values in the Hashtable
- Difference between Hashtable and Dictionary in C#
- C# | Gets an ICollection containing the keys in the Hashtable
- How to create a shallow copy of Hashtable in C#
- C# | Count the number of key/value pairs in the Hashtable
- C# | Copying the Hashtable elements to an Array Instance
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