HybridDictionary(Int32) constructor is used to create a case-sensitive HybridDictionary with the specified initial size.
public HybridDictionary (int initialSize);
Here, initialSize is the approximate number of entries that the HybridDictionary can initially contain.
Below given are some examples to understand the implementation in a better way:
B Banana a Air A Apple d Dolphine C Cat E Elephant F Fish D Dog
k3 v3 K3 v3 k2 v2 K2 v2 k1 v1 K1 v1
- If the initial size of the collection is greater than the optimal size for a ListDictionary, the collection is stored in a Hashtable to avoid the overhead of copying elements from the ListDictionary to the Hashtable.
- By default, the collection is case-sensitive.
- Every key in a HybridDictionary must be unique.
- This constructor is an O(n) operation, where n is initialSize.
- C# | Creating a HybridDictionary with specified initial size & case sensitivity
- C# | Creating an empty HybridDictionary with specified case sensitivity
- C# | Adding the specified key and value into HybridDictionary
- C# | Gets or sets the value in HybridDictionary with specified key
- C# | Removing the specified key entry from HybridDictionary
- C# | Creating an empty case-sensitive HybridDictionary Class
- C# | Check if HybridDictionary has fixed size
- C# | Check the HybridDictionary for a specific key
- C# | HybridDictionary Class
- C# | Check if HybridDictionary is Synchronized (thread safe)
- C# | Check if HybridDictionary is read only
- C# | Count the number of key/value pairs in HybridDictionary
- C# | Removing all entries from HybridDictionary
- C# | Copying the HybridDictionary entries to an Array Instance
- C# | Get an ICollection containing the keys in HybridDictionary
- C# | Get an enumerator that iterates through the HybridDictionary
- C# | Get an ICollection containing the values in HybridDictionary
- C# | Check if two HybridDictionary objects are equal
- How to get Synchronize access to the HybridDictionary in C#
- C# | Check if the specified string is in the StringCollection
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