List class represents the list of objects which can be accessed by index. It comes under the System.Collection.Generic namespace. List class can be used to create a collection of different types like integers, strings etc. List class also provides the methods to search, sort, and manipulate lists. List.Clear Method is used remove the all the elements from the List.
- It is different from the arrays. A list can be resized dynamically but arrays cannot.
- List class can accept null as a valid value for reference types and it also allows duplicate elements.
- If the Count becomes equals to Capacity, then the capacity of the List increased automatically by reallocating the internal array. The existing elements will be copied to the new array before the addition of the new element.
public void Clear ();
Below programs illustrate how to remove all the elements from the List:
Number of elements in the List Before Removing: 5 Number of elements in the List After Removing: 0
Number of elements in the List Before Removing: 7 Number of elements in the List After Removing: 0
- C# | Removing a range of elements from the List
- C# | Removing the specified element from the List
- C# | Adding the elements of the specified collection to the end of the List
- C# | How to check whether a List contains the elements that match the specified conditions
- C# | How to insert the elements of a collection into the List at the specified index
- C# | How to get all elements of a List that match the conditions specified by the predicate
- C# | Count the total number of elements in the List
- C# | Reverse the order of the elements in the entire List or in the specified range
- C# | Remove all elements of a List that match the conditions defined by the predicate
- C# | Removing all nodes from LinkedList<T>
- C# | Removing all entries from the StringDictionary
- Removing the object from the top of the Stack in C#
- C# | Removing first occurrence of specified value from LinkedList<T>
- C# | Removing the specified key entry from HybridDictionary
- C# | Removing the node at the end of LinkedList<T>
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