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. Hashtable.ContainsValue(Object) Method is used to check whether the Hashtable contains a specific value or not.
public virtual bool ContainsValue(object value);
value: The value of type System.Object to locate in the Hashtable. The value can be null.
Return Type: This method returns true if the Hashtable contains an element with the specified value otherwise it returns false. The return type of this method is System.Boolean.
Below given are some examples to understand the implementation in a better way:
myTable contains the Value
myTable doesn't contain the Value
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- C# | Check whether a Hashtable contains a specific key or not
- C# | Check if a Hashtable is equal to another Hashtable
- C# | Check if Hashtable is read-only
- C# | Check if Hashtable has a fixed size
- C# | Check if Hashtable is synchronized (thread safe)
- C# | Check the HybridDictionary for a specific key
- C# | Check if the StringDictionary contains a specific key
- C# | Check if the StringDictionary contains a specific value
- C# | Check if ListDictionary contains a specific key
- C# | Check if the SortedSet contains a specific element
- C# | Check if a SortedList object contains a specific value
- C# | Check if OrderedDictionary collection contains a specific key
- C# | Check whether a SortedList object contains a specific key
- C# | Get or Set the value associated with specified key in Hashtable
- C# | Hashtable Class
- C# Hashtable with Examples
- C# | Gets an ICollection containing the values in the Hashtable
- C# | Gets an ICollection containing the keys in the Hashtable
- C# | Adding an element into the Hashtable
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